IF Cymru

Watch our short animation to explain how Wales can play its part to end global hunger.  This video is also available in Welsh.

The world produces enough food for everyone, but not everyone has enough food. A child dies of hunger every 15 seconds. In 2013 organisations in Wales have come together to look at how Wales can play its part to help stop this global scandal.

The Welsh Government and National Assembly legislate for most areas of Welsh life.  They can help end global hunger by tackling four big IFs:


These are all big IFs, but they all start with a small IF.  IF you join our campaign we can make IF happen.

Sign up below and join us today to receive further information on how Wales can play its part.

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Find out more about our work with the IF campaign here in Wales:

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CAFOD in the summer term in schools

David Brinn (trainer) Sue, Chris, John, Jane, Sue and Jane – volunteers in Cardiff and Menevia

Our team of education volunteers across Cardiff and Menevia had a joint day of working on Monday 15 May when they met together in the Cardiff volunteer centre.

The purpose of the refresher training was to bring together all our wonderful volunteers – experienced and newly-recruited, to explore the resources which we are using in schools during the Summer term and beyond.

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