We already have enough food to feed everyone on the planet, but hunger is still the leading cause of death in the world. Millions of people are malnourished, but if we simply cut down on food waste, give everyone equal access to land, and support local and sustainable farmers, no one will ever go hungry again.
What are Scouts doing
Do your part to end hunger.
Grow your own food, feed your community.
Alwaleed Philanthropies and World Scouting are key partners on the Scouts For SDGs initiative, supporting the development of Scouting in the Gulf Cooperation Countries and the alignment of our World Scout Programmes with the SDGs.
FAO and World Scouting are partners in the Youth and United Nations Global Alliance (YUNGA), offering a range of activities and badges on specific themes related to the SDGs.
KAICIID and World Scouting are key partners on our Dialogue for Peace programme, empowering young people with the necessary tools to promote and practice effective dialogue and understanding across cultures.
UN Environment and World Scouting are strategic partners on environmental educaiton and awareness. From the #cleanseas campaign to the World Scout Environment Programme, this partnership offers young people attractive alternatives to learn and act on environmental issues.
UN Women and World Scouting are partners promoting gender equality through the HeForShe campaign, including the dissemination of a HeForShe action kit for Scouts to be implemented by Scout Leaders worldwide.
UNICEF and World Scouting work together to ensure the positive development of adolescents and youth all over the world. Our partnerships covers areas such as civic engagement, youth empowerment and life skills education.
WWF and World Scouting are key partners on environmental education and awareness. From the Earth Hour Campaign to the World Scout Environment Programme, WWF and Scouts ensure young people are up to date of the environmental challenges facing our planet.