840 people of the world’s population are malnourished, with 799 million originating from developing countries and 153 million (half of US population) being younger than 5 years.

34,000 children under 5 die of hunger daily and hunger-related diseases resulting to 6 millions deaths a year.

1.2 billion of the estimated total of 6.2 billion live on less than $1/day and 3 billion living on less than $2/day.

1.2 billion of the total population do not have access to clean water, 2.4 billion people lack decent sanitation with 4 billion lacking wastewater disposal.

Annually, 12 million people die from lack of clean water and 3 million of these being children who die from waterborne diseases.

113 million children lack access to basic education in the developing countries, 60% of these being girls.