Herbalife Nutrition takes stock of its Social Responsibility Program “Nutrition for Zero Hunger”

 

 

 


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It is the second year of this initiative, aligned with United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 2, to end hunger in all its forms in 2030

Herbalife Nutrition and the Herbalife Nutrition Foundation (HNF) have conducted a review of the Zero Hunger Nutrition Program (Nutrition For Zero Hunger or NFZH), an initiative within the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 2, which seeks to end hunger in all its forms by 2030 and achieve food security and improved nutrition. The results of the second year of the initiative underscore the critical need for healthy food resources.

 

In the world, more than 2 billion people do not have regular access to enough nutritious food, 3 billion cannot afford a healthy diet and obesity continues to increase, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. The world ' s population is expected to grow by 43 per cent, or 10 billion by 2050, and the need for food is expected to increase accordingly. Through the NFZH initiative, Herbalife Nutrition is working with non-profit leading organizations to provide resources, food and nutritional education to vulnerable populations and families, as well as supporting education programs and campaigns that have a positive impact on people in need.

 

This second year of the initiative has expanded the non-profit organizations included in the programme, recognized for their impact on the fight against hunger, equality and access to professional opportunities and improvement of the Community. Through these associations and initiatives, Herbalife Nutrition is working to help eradicate hunger and provide good nutrition and educational resources to the most vulnerable. Recetas faciles y rápidas

Some of the projects carried out within this programme have made significant progress in achieving equality in all areas and eradicating hunger in different parts of the world. Only in Spain, with the help of HNF, Children's Villages has been able to provide nutritional support to 238 children and attend to another 10,846 in all their Programs in the country during 2020. The World Food Program USA (WFP USA) responded to Hurricane Eta in Guatemala by helping and ensuring the nutrition of more than 70,000 people and supporting these communities in their reconstruction efforts. In Mexico, Food Banks (BAMX) provided 3,080 community members with more than 30,000 kg of food and Feed the Children distributed 300,000 meals and provided nearly 8,000 people with additional essential resources and educational supplies throughout the USA. Within Asia, the China Red Cross Foundation (CRCF) trained 1,500 rural doctors, built 13 clinics in these areas and distributed 16 batches of mobile medical equipment; SOS Children’s Village in India provided nutritional and medical support to 555 orphaned children and served more than 400,000 meals between January and August of this same year.

 

On the other hand, the STAR Zero Hunger Nutrition Programme, a 12-week program that provides good nutrition for children and forms in healthy eating habits, has been launched in several countries in Asia Pacific with multiple NGOs, helping more than 900 vulnerable children in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines or Vietnam.

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Herbalife Nutrition takes stock of its Social Responsibility Program “Nutrition for Zero Hunger”

Herbalife Nutrition takes stock of its Social Responsibility Program “Nutrition for Zero Hunger”

It is the second year of this initiative, aligned with United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 2, to end hunger in all its forms in 2030 /COMUNICAE/ /

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2024-05-20

 

Herbalife Nutrition takes stock of its Social Responsibility Program “Nutrition for Zero Hunger”
Herbalife Nutrition takes stock of its Social Responsibility Program “Nutrition for Zero Hunger”

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