April 21 2011|08.00 PM UTC

Samantha Eckles

Sisyphus’ Slippery Slope To End World Hunger

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While everyone wants to save money, in order to secure a better future for themselves, sometimes certain issues inspire us to think of others before ourselves. In this case, world hunger has become such a crippling concern for the world, that those who usually save money are inspired to share, assisting impoverished children in developing nations to meet their minimum calorie requirements: afterall, who doesn’t deserve 600 calories a day?

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Sisyphus' Slippery Slope To End World Hunger

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Sarah April 22, 2011 at 1:57 pm

Interesting chart, but that number of hungry people v. population of the world chart makes my brain hurt. Very confusing – uneven years, two different scales side by side. Just…no.

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Chris M January 18, 2012 at 8:01 am

I gotta agree, I think i liked everything about that presentation except that chart. I think it needs to be revised or something I couldnt really follow it or understand it there were too many scales but the other charts were fine good report

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