This video from the RedCross UK, uses great graphics and narration to illustrate the issue and establish a solution. Sometimes using graphics and still images rather than video will help draw in your audience, because it is more unique than the average npfilm.
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As Grain Piles Up, India's Poor Still Go Hungry - Such is the paradox of plenty in India’s food system. Spurred by agricultural innovation and generous farm subsidies, India now grows so much food that it has a bigger grain stockpile than any country except China, and it exports some of it to countries like Saudi Arabia and Australia. Yet one-fifth of its people are malnourished because of corruption, mismanagement and waste in the programs that are supposed to distribute food to the poor.
In Fields and Markets, Guatemalans Feel Squeeze of Biofuel Demand
Through its disaster risk reduction (DRR) activities, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) seeks to protect livelihoods from shocks, to make food production systems more resilient and more capable of absorbing the impact of, and recovering from, disruptive events.
Read about IFAD’s results and impact in the 2012 Annual Report. The Report also tells the stories of the women and men we work with in rural areas – their challenges and their successes. This year’s Report showcases IFAD’s new directions and new initiatives, which are helping to increase food security and reduce rural poverty across the developing world. And it provides the facts and figures that the Fund regularly shares with its Members States and partners.