Our actions are our future and the future’s in our hands!
Learn about the fascinating world behind food and agriculture in the World Food Day Activity Book. Follow the journey of food from the farm to your table and the great efforts food heroes make to get it there, no matter the circumstances. And find out how your choices and actions can make a difference. No matter your age, you can be a food hero!.
FAO’s Activity Book Series offers children a chance to engage with global issues in a fun and educational way.
Calling all children and teens around the world! If you’re between the ages 5 to 19, we want you to use your imagination and create a poster showing a food journey! There are many different kinds of journeys that food can take, some that guarantee a healthier future for people and the planet. Choose your favourite and be creative!
Taking care of our planet is important to Peter Rabbit and his friends, and now, he’s supporting the United Nations and FAO by being a food hero. Find out about some actions you can take to become a food hero too, from eating more fruits and vegetables to reducing food waste, buying locally grown food or even growing your own at home. Our world needs more food heroes so act now!
The world is full of food heroes – from farmers to drivers, shop assistants, food bank or government representatives – who despite various challenges, work hard to make sure that food makes its way from farms to our table. Let’s celebrate their great efforts this World Food Day. And remember, you can become a food hero too!
On Junior World Food Day on 5 October, youth worldwide shared their thoughts on school food. Young people expressed what they like, what they don't and what they think should be improved at their schools for healthier, tastier, and more environmentally friendly.