Doors to Diplomacy Participants

Saint Louis University Laboratory High School (2012 Doors to Diplomacy Project ID 7335)
Philippines, Benguet, Baguio City
Official Status: Final Project: Ready for Judging
Category: 7. Health and the Environment

We estimate 4 student(s) from 15 to 15 will work on this entry.

Description of Our Team: a. Joshua Leo C. Abubo: He plays rhythm guitar and his nickname is: “sandy” or “turtleback”. He loves helping other people through words and deeds b. Nicolle Gene Salonga: She is a good singer and is also a child lover. She organizes feeding events for children to make them happy. c. Mary Christine B. Conchao: She loves books and music, mostly hip-hop and rock. She wants to be a lawyer when she grows up to help others in need. d. Lorraine M. Borillo: She is artistically inclined and hopes to become a doctor or an architect when she finishes college. She also posts tutorials online and she teaches art to teenagers.

Project Description: “Why are you wasting your food? Did you not know that there are a lot of children around the world who don’t even eat? Finish your food.” This is the common line we hear from our parents when we waste our food.

Food is the general term for anything being eaten, like: rice, bread, fish, meat, vegetables, and fruits. It plays very vital role in maintaining proper health and also helps in prevention and cure of diseases. It is the main commodity in the world, without food we will live in hunger. It is something we cannot live without, and wasting it means we’re wasting life.

Food Poverty is defined as the inability to buy food for one has low income, has no job or is at the brink of poverty. It can affect anyone who cannot afford the money to buy healthy food. What is not clear for us is why some people suffer from food poverty and some don’t.

This website we are going to introduce: “Grain of life: Eliminating world hunger” will promote awareness on world hunger and how we can eliminate it.

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