World Food Day campaign
11th – 16th of October
This World Food Day, we are raising funds for female farmers in sub-Saharan Africa, and raising awareness for the struggles they face. World Food Day highlights the world’s commitment to Zero Hunger by 2030 and mobilises us to take action for those who suffer from hunger.
This October, join our Dig In Women campaign by spreading the word on social media and donating the cost of your dinner. Your donation will support women facing poverty in Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe to build sustainable, profitable farming businesses. With your help, we can ensure that women like Agnes never go hungry again.
Join the campaign
Help us to make some noise on social media! Let’s get people talking about female farmers like Agnes, the struggles they face and MicroLoan’s solution. Below are a few ways you can get involved in the campaign on social media – use the hashtag #DigInWomen to join the online conversation. Don’t forget to donate the cost of your dinner, and encourage others to do the same!
What is World Food Day all about?
Look who’s joined our World Food Day campaign!
Adam Henson, UK based Farmer and TV Presenter on Countryfile joins our Dig In Women campaign.
Jane Beedle from the Great British Bake Off joins our #DigInWomen campaign for World Food Day 2021. Jane has baked some delicious flap jacks – the recipe is exclusively available on our website. Just click here.
Claire Thomson, chef and food columnist took on our ‘spice up your rice’ challenge and created this amazing reel to spread the word about #DigInWomen
Thank you to our good friend Angellica Bell who has tweeted in support of #DigInWomen
A huge thanks also go to these amazing friends of the charity who have come together for #DigInWomen
How else can I get involved with World Food Day?
We’re hosting a thought-provoking panel discussion on Thursday 14th October. Click here to find out more.