Action Against Hunger nutrition programmes in India

Breaking the hunger cycle

Watch our inspiring India Cycle Challenge video and find out how you can take on the challenge of a lifetime.

By Francine Heggie

Feb 5 2015

Last October, a team of 18 intrepid chefs and food lovers took on the challenge of cycling over 400km across Rajasthan, India, to raise over £100,000 for our lfe-changing work and see first-hand the important work we do to address child hunger. In the video below you can hear from the team about their challenge experience.

To find out more about last year's India Cycle challenge and malnutrition in India, read this moving article by Lisa Markwell, the editor of the Independent on Sunday - Blood, sweat, and gears: how a charity bike ride ended in a hospital visit (in a good way)

If you’ve been inspired to take action against hunger yourself, why not get involved with one of our exciting challenge events?

Joining our team can be a life changing experience - for you, and for the vulnerable children and families you help us to reach.

 

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