An unhappy kid, a chaotic world.
The International Day of Peace falls on 21 September and is observed worldwide. The International Day of Peace is designed to strengthen unhappy kid, a chaotic world ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples.
Building a peaceful community for foster children to flourish is among our core principles at Ryvanz-Mia Charity. Our commitment to providing a loving home full of harmony, safety, and stability, where children can thrive while remaining with their siblings, creates an environment that promotes peaceful childhoods. That is just the beginning of creating a peaceful world.
But is that the case everywhere?
The International Day of Peace offers the world an opportunity to come together, in spirit and action, to promote the ideals of peace and put them into practice. Unfortunately, today, we acknowledge that the world is not peaceful for children. Peace means more than an absence of war. Ideally, peace is like a balance with equal weights on each side. If the balance is disturbed, then peace is lost. We are seeing this imbalance in the world today. Peace can only be achieved when there is hope and justice for people of all races and faiths when people feel safe, and their property is not taken from them.
Around 9 million people die every year of hunger and hunger-related diseases. This is more than AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, and even Covid-19. A child dies from hunger every 10 seconds.
Poor nutrition and hunger are responsible for the deaths of 3.1 million children annually. That’s nearly half of all deaths in children under 5. The children die because their bodies lack essential nutrients.
Worldwide, 822 million people suffer from undernourishment. These are not just numbers. Millions of children are dying and enduring untold hardship due to poverty occasioned by violence.
Hunger is a threat to the world’s peace. Far more than terrorists can ever do. Amid the pandemic, which has caused a global scourge, the case is worse, with little or no attention given to the less privileged. Creating a peaceful world will begin with eradicating hunger and, by extension, poverty.
The change starts with you.
From volunteering & donating to support our foster care, each of us is giving peace a chance and making the world better for vulnerable communities and people. Ryvanz-Mia Charity support and coordinates everyday actions in collaboration with our partners. An unhappy kid today is a chaotic world tomorrow.