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This resource for 5-11 year olds explores the issue of access to food and global inequality.

Learners will discuss different eating habits, and think about the similarities and differences between children in other countries. The activities will help them to understand that not all children in the world have equal access to food and consider possible reasons for this.

Owing to the publication date of this resource, some of the content (including statistics and links) may need updating. See our Global Food Challenge resource for 7-11 and 11-14 years old for more teaching ideas.

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