March 8, 2018 1:22pm CST
I have been playing the website game "Free Rice" where you answer questions and for every one correct one the poor gets 10 grains of rice. is the address to go to if you are interested in playing this little game. The following is from their page About Freerice.com Freerice is a 100% non-profit website that is owned by and supports the United Nations World Food Programme. Freerice has two goals: Provide education to everyone for free. Help end world hunger by providing rice to hungry people for free. LANGUAGE LEARNING English German Spanish French Italian Latin I don't do the Latin and the German as I don't know enough, but do the other ones and I am enjoying myself a lot over there. Have you ever participated in the Free Rice game?
For every correct answer you choose, 10 grains of rice are raised to help end world hunger through the World Food Programme.
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@LadyDuck Other languages count as foreign languages for English speakers, but there used to be subjects such as "Capitali del mondo" or "Vocabolario italiano" because they appear on my profile with a little amount of grains, but I can't play them anymore.
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@marlina I think all students in schools should be, under teacher supervision of course, donate using sites like Freerice and freekibble. Teachers should make a big deal about helping others in that way. Kids would be very excited when they learn how much good they have done.
@akalinus They say (in the FAQ) 400 grams of rice are the required amount per person, daily, for two meals. They also say one gram equals 48 grains, so 20k grains make the daily meals for one person. Yes, thankfully many people play and it all adds up.