Founder's Message

There is no possible excuse for children to go hungry in this CONTINENT. Yet it happens – every day, in every community. More than 239 million children in the sub Saharan Africa live in “food insecure” homes. That phrase may sound mild, but it means that those households don’t have enough food for every family member to lead a healthy life. Africa is often portrayed as a continent where all the natural resources are found. While the Africa certainly has the most mineral resources ever known to man in the world, there is a wide gap between the haves and the have-nots. As a result, hunger in Africa has become an issue that affects not just adults but our children as well

What Are the Consequences of Childhood Hunger?

Hunger among children has both physical and psychological effects. When it goes on for some time, then these effects spread from the individual into communities. Here are a few to keep in mind.


Sometimes, children who are food insecure still have access to low-quality foods, such as sugary cereals or chips. They may even get nutritious foods but lack a balanced diet. This leads to malnutrition. Individual into communities. Here are a few to keep in mind.


Considering the hierarchy of needs, at the very start is basic needs. This includes food. When children lack this and any other basic need, they will focus on that. It can make it difficult for them to pay attention in the classroom.

Poor Academics

Educators have also lent their voice to the movement to make people more aware of this growing problem. In fact, 70% of them report that there are hungry children in their classrooms. Distracted children are more prone to . Because of this, starving children are twice as likely to repeat a grade.


There have been numerous studies regarding the effects of stress in adults who are burned out at work. Hungry children get stressed too as they worry where their next meal will come from.

Poor Physical Health

Children who are malnourished face a long list of potential health problems that may arise in childhood and later in life. These include headaches, colds, and chronic illness. Hunger-related stress can also negatively impact brain development

Poor Mental Health

The development of anxiety and depression are two ways hunger affects the mental health of children. Children may also suffer from shame and injured self-esteem due to the stigma around food insecurity and the potential for bullying.

Social Problems

All of this can combine to make children cynical and disagreeable in the classroom and among their peers. Over time, this can lead to a marked change in how children develop and the social values they espouse.

Our efforts in raising our standard of living through medicine agriculture trade and industry will amount to nothing if we ignore the most important component of our existence, the leaders of tomorrow. Child hunger stands out among the ever-growing list as one of the most horrific. We hope to encourage more people to see this as a community issue and a national crisis, not a personal family problem or a class problem.

The old proverb that it takes a village to raise a child is not without merit. As individuals, we can only give so much. As a community, our joint effort can help to create even greater change.

Make a donation today so another child may get a nutritious meal tomorrow.


NO KID HUNGRY IS AN ORGANIZATION THAT EMERGED IN EARLY 2020 DURING THE PERIOD IN HISTORY KNOWN AS COVID19, AN EPIDEMIC THAT SHUT THE WORLD DOWN AND EXPOSED NO KID HUNGRY AFRICA OPERATION FORMAT many countries of the world as unprepared to face challenges in such a situation. These led to a simple means of solution, which is not devastating but making countries especially in Africa to emerge out of it worse than ever expected in the history of Africa.

Africa having 200 countries in the continent could not carter for each other, but rather are running to their big brother the west, but unfortunately for her it was a global disaster and consigned each country not only within her borders but right inside their various homes. This has really exposed not only our weaknesses but our unpreparedness towards managing our continent.

The hardest hit in this endemic is Africa. And the children comes to mind. Kids are the most vulnerable part of the equation in Africa and the most devastated, this primarily led to the emergence of this organization NO KID HUNGRY Africa. To among other things seek partnership with similar non-governmental organizations, multinational co-operations, philanthropist of repute all over the world as well as partners. Governments in Africa and the western world, are urged not to relent in this struggle to half hunger amongst our kids by the year 2023.


AFRICA HAS about 54 countries with an estimated population of 1.2billion people and a conservative 400million children. Africa is a continent blessed with abundant of mineral resources and human capital, but due to human capital flight and mismanagement of these resources it has become a daily struggle to provide a balance nutritional food particles for her numerous children.

NO KID HUNGRY AFRICA organization emerged to bridge the gap between the haves and the have not. Our today’s
kids are the only hope of our tomorrow. We look forward in working with all and sundry to achieve our primary goal which is halving the number of hungry kids in Africa by the year 2030.


We intend working with already established charities in Africa starting with Nigeria where we intend to have our operational base and start up structure. Currently we have identified about 234 charities as well as 1912 organizations dedicated to children’s welfare, and
another 433 organization dedicated to hunger projects in the continent. Nigeria as a pilot project has about 36states and 774 local government area, from which we intend to reach.

The maximum cooperation and support of everyone whose interest it is to see us succeed shall be welcomed and provided with a transparent audited account of this organization through qualified and internationally recognized auditors.


The organization shall start in Nigeria with the setting up of offices in the six geo-political zones of Nigeria, and shall be in operation for five years before extending office structures to other African countries through the African Union (AU) and United Nation (UN).


This organization shall be operated by non paid salaried workers. Periodic training of the social workers manning several departments shall be fully implemented to increase maximum reach of our already identified target.

Kindly Note that all participation is purely voluntary and only by people who are genuinely interested in the affairs of our children. There is no monetary incentive nor reward attached to any task. Thanks.