800 million people are malnourished.
2.1 billion people have no access to clean drinking water.
700 million people live on less than US $ 1.90 a day.
264 million children do not attend school.
1.1 billion people have no access to electricity.
Farmers, including coffee farmers, in the southern hemisphere of the world, greatly contribute to the global diet consumption.
The majority of them live in terms of insufficient income and lack of develpment possibilities.
This consequently affects the farmers as well as the folks from the region, but it's really the children of these communities, vulnerable to their environment, who especially suffer from the effects.
Their natural habitas are threatened by global economic activity.
This causes damage and/or destruction to ecosystems and rainforests on the mainland, as well as to life under water.