The Vietnamese Thi Quyen Truong (Gwen) in Brussels, the well-known restaurant Little Asia runs, going for a new challenge. In her very temporary pop-uprestaurant she helps the new campaign of Broederlijk delen.
Passers-by will be in the pop-uprestaurant on the Brussels-place sainte-Catherine free become acquainted with the typical Ugandan dish, Posho. “The Vietnamese cuisine has no secrets for me. It was therefore time to give us something else to try. So I came to African cuisine, and I discovered the typical dish ‘Posho’ from Uganda. And why not even a new concept of pop-uprestaurant try?’, thus Thi Quyen Truong.
It sounds like an announcement of any new restaurant, but it is not. Because this location is a very special issue is central: hunger. With the slogan ‘Help the world from hunger’ captures Broederlijk delen her new vastencampagne in the pop-uprestaurant. In our consumer society we often go out to dinner without even to realize what hunger really is, but in the restaurant you can not to the question.
Chronic food shortages
For 815 million people, hunger is a daily reality: they eat less than a meal per day. Often it is the same every day, leaving them with a chronic shortage of food to camps. The campaign of Broederlijk delen focuses this year on the local farming communities in Uganda, a country in which, despite the green landscapes and the fertile grounds, one in four inhabitants are malnourished.
Malnutrition and hunger are not just a Ugandan problem. With this campaign asks Broederlijk delen to not only the Ugandan farmers to support, but also to be critical towards our current food system. This might include a petition to sign via the website www.watishonger.be.
Tuesday, February 13, at 11: 30 a.m.
Place Sainte-Catherine, Brussels
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