The food you eat may be the most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison. Ann Wigmore.
According to the FAO Food Loss and Waste Bulletin, Mexico loses 37 percent of its food, which represents 10.4 million tons per year. That amount would be enough to cure the hunger of 7.4 million Mexicans in extreme poverty and food insecurity.
Cáritas de Chihuahua, I.B.P. and Chihuahua’s business community, through their Foundation, carried out the construction and equipment of the Regional Food Bank in the city of Chihuahua, a project that responds to current and future needs, to serve families living in vulnerability, by food rescue, collection of resources and integral development services.
This Food Bank is designed for the collection, rescue and use of food; In addition, training sessions and workshops on human development, creation of family gardens, ecotechnology, improvement of the family economy, basic education and productive projects is promoted.
In addition to this, the extension of the service provided by this center to regions such as Nuevo Casas Grandes, Parral, Jimenez, Camargo, Delicias, Meoqui, Lázaro Cárdenas, Cuauhtémoc and Zona Serrana is being developed.
Be part of a better nutritional future for many families! Support the Regional Food Bank.
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