powerpoint Class presentation and respond to FIVE classmates presentations

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Question Description

  1. Class presentation, via Discussion Board, using a narrated PowerPoint slide presentation, of the project you identify as a sign of positive change. This will be a BRIEF (six slides, narrated) presentation.

Presentation Guidelines:follow these grading requirements to be eligible for maximum points.

Prepare 6 NARRATED Power Point slides with the following content:

  1. Picture of person, project, logo, etc. to introduce the subject of your presentation. 1 point
  2. Nutrition/food issue AND specific population targeted by this project. 2 points
  3. Overview of project including mission, goals and implementation of project. 3 points
  4. Why you chose this as a sign of positive change. 1 point
  5. Your choice…something related to this project you think your classmates should know about or something that was particularly inspiring about the work being done. 1 point
  6. Contact info for person, group or organization including links to websites and related resources. 1 point
  7. NARRATED Power Point presentation required.(6 points)

Submit Power point presentation posted to Discussion Board section in Blackboard by due date posted in Course Outline.(15 points)

Discussion Board:

You will view and respond to FIVE classmates’ presentations by Due Date posted in Course Outline.Each response is worth 2 points (for total possible of 10 points).Your responses must be thoughtful, significant, and show that a) you viewed the presentation and know what it is about, and b) you are providing appropriate, respectful, encouraging feedback to your classmate.Try to reach 300 words in each post.You may ask questions to your classmate and respond to their comments.Try to create a stimulating, useful educational atmosphere for yourself and others.

This is fun, make it fun and engaging!(10 points)

my project subject
Plant based eating group organization
approved.


PBNSG is a non-profit organization dedicated to evidence-based education and advocacy of plant-based whole food nutrition and an active lifestyle, to help prevent or reverse chronic disease and achieve optimal health. https://www.pbnsg.org/

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Sydney Kvitek Issue ◦ Emmanuel (Emma), from Uganda, weighed 9 lbs at the age of 2 ½. ◦ He was malnourished. Could not walk or smile, had no hair was literally just bones. ◦ 9 million people die of hunger and hunger-related diseases every year. ◦ Emma would have been one of those people had it not been for FMSC. ◦ 300 million children go hungry every day. The Project’s Foundation ◦ Mission: Feeding God’s starving children hungry in body and spirit. ◦ Vision: Feed My Starving Children strives to eliminate starvation in children throughout the world by helping to instill compassion in people so that they may help those in need. ◦ Goals: During the 2 hours allotted per session, volunteers pack bags of food and seal boxes of these meals. ◦ In such a short amount of time, as much as 38,232 meals can be packaged; feeding 107 kids for a whole year! Resolution ◦ Woman found the children abandoned by their drunken father and helped them get in contact with FMSC. ◦ 11 year old Brian cooks the MannaPack for his brothers. ◦ More than 70 countries through missionary partnerships at orphanages, schools, clinics, refugee camps and malnourishment centers. ◦ Barbados, Guatemala, Philippines, Thailand, Uganda Why FMSC? ◦ Volunteers hand-pack meals for malnourished children, and then the meals are sent to partners in various countries to help break the cycle of poverty. • One year later, Emma now weighs 22 lbs. • He can walk, smile, and talk. • With FMSC, you can directly see the impact you make. • More on his story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DphtI9 QoEH0&feature=youtu.be More Facts ◦ 92% of total annual donations spent directly on feeding. (This includes volunteer labor.) ◦ 99.6% of meals safely reaching intended locations. ◦ FMSC food has reached more than 70 countries. ◦ 22 cents is the current meal price. (4th straight year with no increase.) ◦ 48% average year over year growth since 2003. Contact Information Website: http://www.fmsc.org/home Address: Mesa Fiesta Building 1345 South Alma School Road Mesa, AZ 85210 Phone: (480)626-1970 Facebook: Feed My Starving Children – Mesa Instagram: FMSC_ORG Twitter: fmsc_org YouTube: Feed My Starving Children Other Source: https://www.mercycorps.org/articles/quick-facts-what-you-need-know-aboutglobal-hunger Thank you! ...
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Professorjuliette
School: Duke University

I need some more time. Like 4 more hours please


Healthy Eating

 Healthy eating is
eating of proper
foods that give
your body the
nutrients that it
needs to keep you healthy
Healthy and full of
energy.

Nutrition issues AND specific
population targeted



 Nutritional issues
 Securing healthy food for everyone.
 How to get people to eat healthy consistently.

 How to overcome Obesity.
 How to overcome maln...

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Anonymous
Good stuff. Would use again.

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