The World Food Programme reports that one in eight people are chronically hungry or malnourished, making it one of the leading health risks around the world. Rotary clubs and districts have unique opportunities to help reduce food scarcity and malnutrition through well-organized, sustainable service projects. This webinar, recorded on 19 March, 2013, highlighted resources to start or expand food security initiatives, including The Global FoodBanking Network; the Rotarian Action Group for the Alleviation of Hunger and Malnutrition; and the Food Plant Solutions Rotarian Action Group. Guest panelists also provided examples of sustainable, replicable Rotary club and district food security initiatives from around the world. Watch this video to learn how your club or district can participate in the global effort of alleviating hunger and malnutrition.