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3 Oxfam America also believes in educating people about poverty and hunger and their root causes. For more than forty years, Oxfam America has used its Fast for a World Harvest program as a way of getting the word out. indd 29 8/5/14 4:32 PM Chapter 1 Oxfam International consists of seventeen organizations in ninety countries that work together to ﬁght poverty. One of the places Oxfam is making a difference is South Sudan, where people like this cattle rancher (left) are helped on the local level.
Allocation (al-uh-KEY-shuhn)—A share or portion that is reserved for a speciﬁc person, group, or purpose. arable (AR-uh-buhl)—Able to be used to grow crops. calorie (KAL-uh-ree)—A unit for measuring energy from food. cognitive (KOG-ni-tiv)—Related to the mental process of knowing or understanding something. compromised (KOM-pruh-mahyzd)—Not able to function properly because of disease or other conditions. developing country—A country whose economy is based on farming as opposed to industry, leading to a lower standard of living.
Ibid. 3. ” 4. ” 5. ” 6. Doctors Without Borders, “Malnutrition,” May 2, 2013. 7. indd 43 8/5/14 4:33 PM FURTHER READING Books Barker, Geoff. Hunger. Mankato, MN: Smart Apple Media, 2010. Gay, Kathlyn. Food: The New Gold. Minneapolis: Twenty-First Century Books, 2013. Kamberg, Mary-Lane. Bono: Fighting World Hunger and Poverty. New York: Rosen Publishing Company, 2009. Rooney, Anne. Feeding the World. Mankato, MN: Smart Apple Media, 2010. Walpole, Brenda. Food for Everyone. Mankato: MN: Sea-to-Sea Publications, 2010.