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Save the Children #nameaday campaign
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Do you like cooking and sharing your recipes?  If you do, you could play an important part in the #nameaday campaign.


This is a call to all the tweeters and bloggers, I know.  Please share your great recipes and by doing so you can help make a difference.  Full details are below and by using your voice and your network you can join with Save the Children and create a lot of noise!


And here’s how you can get involved:

If you do just one thing:

If you’re on twitter:

  • Tweet about the campaign using our hashtag #nameaday
  • Follow @jayrayner1 @thepinkwhisk @rosiechilds for updates from Rwanda and @savechildrenuk and @savechildrenpr for more details on the hunger push.

If you’re a blogger:

  • #nameaday on your blog in honour of the campaign and ask your readers to pass the message on about the hidden hunger crisis of child malnutrition
  • Post up a picture of the food your Mum had to make you eat when you were little because she knew it was good for you – or the food you have to persuade your children to eat – and tag it with #nameaday
  • Follow @thepinkwhisk and link to her blog

Ruth, aka ‘the pink whisk’, will be launching a call for family recipes to be donated to the #nameaday campaign.

If you’re a blogger you can blog about your recipe and why you’re donating it.  If you don’t blog take a photo of your recipe and post it to flickr. More details soon on Ruth’s blog,

Today marks the start of this high profile campaign with Myleene Klass, Erin O’Connor and Natasha Kaplinksy also putting their faces and voices to the initiative. I interviewed Natasha last year about her trip to India, you can read the story here.  Expect to hear a lot more of the coming weeks about this, and hopefully news of change too.

Oh, and here’s my favourite dish of Tom Yum Thai soup…





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