Global Hunger Diagram PowerPoint Template

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The Global Hunger Diagram PowerPoint Template is a flat vector presentation to highlight worldwide poverty crisis. This template is suitable for presenting poverty, famines, displacement, etc. The global hunger is a term used to describe severe food instabilities in different countries worldwide. Missing more than one meal due to lack of funds and access to resources contributes to global hunger. This is a devastating crisis that affects more than 800 million people around the world. And, humanitarian nonprofit organizations including WHO and WFP are working to save lives by delivering food assistance. This PowerPoint template is suitable for such non-profit organizations to display statistical surveys and deliver hunger reports.

The Global Hunger Diagram PowerPoint Template contain two slides illustrating food crises. These two slides have similar layouts of an empty plate, fork, and spoon. But first slide with world silhouette map reflects its global impact. Whereas, the next slide shows text placeholder to enter presentation title in the middle. These graphics of empty plate are often used as a metaphor for world hunger discussions on international forums.

The graphics of PowerPoint hunger diagram are editable shapes to describe food deficit. The users can easily customize these PowerPoint shapes according to presentation theme and design. For example, changing the colors and sizes of objects. Or, adding more elements to support the content of pre-design PowerPoint.

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