As we celebrate World Food Day today, October 16, 2018, Twitter users have joined by trending the hashtag #WorldFoodDay.
On this day UN Human Rights Commission call on states to address the root causes of hunger, i.e., power imbalances and discrimination.
Also, some questions were also raised on how to deal with malnutrition crises in Nigeria and how to help kids who will rather beg on the street than going to school.
Here are some of the tweets gathered:
— Manu (@Manu40775814) October 16, 2018
How do you help kids who would rather beg for food on the streets than attend school? Are you rightly or wrongly shaping their mentality by giving to them continuously? #WorldFoodDay
— Olugbenga (@GbengaFalusi) October 16, 2018
#TravelTip: While on island, take your pick between a farmer’s market, road side stall or open air market, and discover our local and fresh fruits and vegetables, while having a truly local shopping! experience! #WorldFoodDay #VisitBarbados #LoveBarbados… pic.twitter.com/pcj7qV0E4M
— Elisa dal Bosco (@elisadalbosco) October 16, 2018
— H££Π@ §@d@n@ (@HeenaInsan190) October 16, 2018
— Eka (@Lionezz__) October 16, 2018
— Mazi Ibe (@I_pissVodka) October 16, 2018