1. One human family, food for all
  2. "There is enough food to feed the planet. We believe that with your help, and the help of governments and the UN, we can end hunger by 2025."

    In the lead-up to the launch of the campaign, Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga, President of Caritas Internationalis, released this video which introduced the campaign to the world, and asked Caritas supporters worldwide to be involved. 
  3. Pope Francis launches global hunger campaign
  4. On the morning of the 10th December, a recorded message from Pope Francis was released. The Pope talked about the 'scandal of hunger,' questioned why a billion people go hungry every day, and invited "all of the institutions of the world, the Church, each of us, as one single human family, to give a voice to all of those who suffer silently from hunger, so that this voice becomes a roar which can shake the world." 
  5. At noon, December 10, Caritas agencies, supporters and the broader community gathered in prayer for an end to hunger. These gatherings formed a global "wave of prayer" which started in Samoa and swept across the globe for 24 hours. 
  6. Caritas Spain introducing One Human Family, Food For All with África Cuestión De Vida and Manos Unidas
  7. The Wave of Prayer made it to Nigeria, where Caritas Kenya was joined by groups in Ghana, Senegal, Tanzania, Zambia, Lesotho, Somalia and others from across the continent.
  8. Braving very cold weather to join Catholic Relief Services in the US. CRS and CCUSA held a major event at the Capitol building - seat of the US Congress. 
  9. Outside of the Capitol, many other #WaveOfPrayer events took place across the US. This included a large event at Catholic University of America.
  10. CRS also joined Caritas Kenya 
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