16 October 2019

World Food Day

World Food Day 2019 Communication Toolkits

Find out more about how you can promote World Food Day by reading our Communications Handbooks.



The World Food Day 2019 brochure provides a brief overview of FAO’s work with countries and other partners to achieve healthy diets and lists a series of actions.


The official World Food Day 2019 poster can be downloaded here

Activity Books

The series of FAO Activity Books has been developed as an educational tool for youth, educators, parents and anyone who wishes to learn more about important global issues that have an impact on our future and that of our planet. They are a way to learn more about FAO’s work and important topics such as nutrition, climate change, food waste, migration, rural development, food security and the global goal to achieve Zero Hunger. These books offer young people the chance to engage with a wide variety of topics and learn about how they can take action and become part of the Zero Hunger Generation.

All activity books are available in seven languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish and Italian.

World Food Day 2019 Activity Book: Eating Healthy Matters

Did you know that more people in the world suffer from being overweight or obese than from hunger?

The world has set a challenge to achieve Zero Hunger by 2030. This doesn’t only mean producing enough food. It has to be healthy and diverse food. And governments can’t do it alone - everyone has a role to play.

Discover a world of healthy diets and nutritious food and find out what each of us -governments, farmers, businesses and the general public- have to do to reach this goal!

Learn how you can become part of the Zero Hunger Generation!


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Update your web page with the WFD 2019 banner linking it to this website!

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