"Happy World Food Day"
Every year, we celebrate World Food Day to appreciate the amazing food we eat, but also to tackle world hunger. This day is celebrated on October 16, which marks the creation of FAO in 1945. World Food Day was established in November 1979, suggested by former Hungarian Minister of Agriculture and Food Dr. Pal Romany.
The theme for this year's World Food Day is, “Our actions are our future. Better production, better nutrition, a better environment, and a better life.” The food we choose and the way we consume it affect our health and that of our planet.
Celebrate World Food Day by educating our learners about food and how they can take action to end food insecurity at home, we can help them along the path toward #ZeroHunger!!
Educators make the learners to understand with the 3 ways to stop wasting the food.
Food Waste Weigh-in
After learners are finished eating, stand by the trash with one or two helpers. Ask everyone to put any uneaten food into a bucket rather than throwing it out. Then, weigh the bucket. After weighing it, do the math to figure out how many grams could be wasted each month, or over a whole school year.
Ask our students to brainstorm how they might cut down on food that gets thrown out and how minimizing waste can help other people and the environment.
Explore what the world eats!
Showed the Hungry Planet photos to our learners in virtual club class. Discuss the differences in what families eat in other nations.
Dig-In to Story Time
Educators showed favorite children’s books about food.
To create an awareness about healthy food and dietary habits Gajera International School Pre- Primary organized Food Fest in their club.
Learners made the fruit basket in art club, play games in sports club related to food and educators gave message that not to waste the food, learners also done the food activity in maths and science club Also done food craft activity in craft club with carried the message of “Healthy Heart, Healthy Body”.
“Our Actions are our Future”
The food you choose and the way you consume it affect our health and that of our planet.
It has an impact on the way agri-food systems work.
So you need to be part of the change.