This project promotes awareness of hunger issues and the need for solutions. The International Education and Resource Network (iEARN) outlines this project through which students will study how certain populations remain nourished and others become victims of hunger. By examining their own meals recorded in a food diary, the types of food they consume, and the distribution of food throughout the globe, students will calculate data necessary to support their findings. The final portion of the project will entail creating a digital publication to showcase student findings.
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