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Random 'famine FAQs', may be related to more specific topics, not general famine topic.

FAMINE FAQs

HELPING FAMINE IN SOMALIA: MOVE4MANA'S GEOGRAPHIC FOCUS.

Q: Why doesn’t MOVE4MANA help kids in BC or Canada?
A: No, Canada does not have infants suffering with Severe Acute Malnutrition.

WHAT

Q: What Is #CuriousGoat?
A: We want to know what questions you have about global health and development! Share your questions with us in the comments, on Facebook, or on Twitter using the hashtag #CuriousGoat.
Q: Who is World Vision?
A: World Vision is a Christian organization that helps the poor and oppressed.
Q: How long is a MOVE4MANA Challenge?
A: The first challenge will be to complete 100 miles in 2 weeks.

The second challenge will be to complete 200 miles in 2 weeks.

The third challenge will be to complete 300 miles in 2 weeks.

The fourth challenge will be to complete 400 miles in 2 weeks.

The fifth challenge will be to complete 500 miles in 2 weeks.

FOOD AID WORKS: QUANTITY AND PREPARATION TIME.

Q: When does food aid work?
A: 1. The internet is a great place to learn about different cultures and customs.

2. If you are interested in learning more about a culture, it is important to research it beforehand.

3. There are many resources available online that can help you learn about different cultures.
Q: How Much Food Will You Need?
A: Building an emergency food supply is important for weathering a food crisis. Store enough food to last you and your family at least six months to one year, including canned goods and other nonperishable items. You may also want to consider starting your own small farm to help secure your food supply.
Q: How much time is needed to prepare?
A: There is no tl;dr for this. If you want to hold a MOVE4MANA event, you need to be prepared to follow the steps outlined in this document.

DONATIONS AND PARTICIPANT BENEFITS.

Q: What do I do with cash donations?
A: Deposit cash into your own account, issue a cheque to World Vision Canada, add offline donations in the Participant Centre.
Q: What do I do with cheque donations?
A: Send cheques to World Vision Canada with your pledge sheet.
Q: What benefits do participants get from doing the Famine?
A: The Famine is a 30-hour fast and fundraising event that raises money for kids who are starving to death. It's also a great way to get involved in your community and learn about real-world issues of poverty and injustice.

DO THE

Q: How old do I have to be to do the Famine?
A: 13 years old.
Q: How do we change the team captain?
A: If you need to update your information, please email famine@worldvision.ca with the changes you need made.
Q: Why did NNU choose to work with the Institute for Women’s Leadership at Rutgers University?
A: This certificate program will engage nurses and other community members in conversations about vital issues related to health and health care, including economic inequality, climate change, famine, epidemics, and more. The courses are flexible and can be completed online, and the program is accredited by Rutgers University.
Q: How do the Activity Points convert to RUTF for children?
A: The main sponsor, Food For Famine Society (FFF), converts the points to RUTF packets. The calculation is based on:
25 steps = 1 Active Point
200 Active Points = 1 RUTF Packet
150 RUTF Packets = 1 Life Saved
Q: What happens to the children after their 6 week program of RUTF?
A: FFF provides RUTF to children with severe acute malnutrition.

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