One Future, No Hunger

Do you know, there is power in any individual in giving up their time in service to others, I think its so inspiring because we make a change about our community.  I joined World Vision volunteer for two years now as I care about eradicating poverty and hunger. So here I am again, attending World Vision’s biggest movement – The Hunger Famine 2017 Movement. This year, the theme is called One Future, No Hunger.

Perhaps some of you may have the same passion as me, or it may not be. As for me, I volunteer because I enjoy serving my community – To help children to have a better future. It feels good to give back to the community and it’s fun! Because I am contributing to something worthwhile.

The famine movement has been around for sometime now in Malaysia. So this year we had this event at Stadium Melawati, Shah Alam.



On my previous post I had briefly explained about World Vision and the scope of what they do. If you have missed it, no problem I am gonna explain it again.

WORLD VISION is an international Christian humanitarian organisation dedicated to working with children and families to overcome extreme poverty and injustice.

They work to promote human transformation, seek justice for the oppressed and demonstrate the love of God for all people. World Vision serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender.

Many of my friends had asked me, how does this 30-Hour Famine works? See, we as volunteers will experience hunger firsthand, while raising funds to care for children who face this stark reality every day — going to bed hungry. Yep, you heard that right, we will not partake in food for 30 long hour! It is a global youth movement against hunger and poverty. Participants raise money by getting sponsored to give up solid food or something they love for 30 hours straight.


During this period of fasting, World Vision provides loads of activities to help make this a totally fun, educational, and life-changing experience. They also invite international artist who is the ambassadors WV, to entertain our fellow volunteers.

Personally, the Famine experience gave me a chance to do something about this unacceptable tragedy — to stand together and serve the hungry in Jesus’ name. Your act of participating can give real and lasting hope to families living in poverty by doing the Famine. And in the process, you’ll draw closer to God and each other. And I guess, that’s how it drew to find my adopted son. Through World Vision!

Hunger Facts

The number of hungry people in the world may shock you. In fact, it should. 

In 2014, 16,000 children younger than 5 died every day — most from preventable causes. It’s estimated that nearly half of these deaths were tied to hunger. (That’s about one every 10 seconds).

Most of these kids died not from starvation, but from malnutrition — meaning too long without the right kind of food. Eating just enough to stay alive weakened their bodies so much that disease could strike the final blow.

Read here for more.


Being a volunteer is something very dear to me – it overwhelms me to see how there are many participants who come together to make this campaign successful. If you are a social worker/volunteer I have something to say to you, ‘Social workers is a unique group of people who helps those who feel for the helpless‘. And I think this act is beautiful.

World Visions’ presence is known in 100 countries, click here to find out more about World Vision in your respective country. You get to stand a change to make a difference! Say ONE FUTURE, NO HUNGER! Together let’s spark towards hunger-fighting passion.