Willing minds but empty tummies

The truth behind World Food Day

Ukufunda: Let's Talk Education

Thursday 16th October celebrated the United Nations World Food Day, where citizens were encouraged to share each other’s cultures over a lovely meal that they thought reflected their personal identity or culture. But while some were sharing their grandmother’s best mac and cheese, those at the Public Service Accountability Monitor (PSAM) in Grahamstown took the day as an opportunity to practically highlight the fact that many households simply cannot afford enough food for a whole month.  PSAM’s Zukiswa Kota explained the situation to Ukufunda’s Dani Kreusch and Eva Euijen.

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