David Cameron assembled world leaders at a Downing Street "hunger summit" over the weekend. The UK, hopes to get commitments from other world leaders, and multinational firms, to help prevent 25 million children aged under five suffering stunted growth by the time of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He said it is known as a 'silent crisis'

Some of the leaders and sporting greats attending the event included Vice President Michel Temer of Brazil - the host country of the Rio 2016 Olympics and Somali born British double Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah. Mo talked about his background and advantage through sport but the reality of starvation for children in Somalia

David Cameron ended the summit saying 'the UK programme is to try and save 20 million children from malnutrition in next five years.

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