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Rowan Williams has Lived Below the Line for five days for Christian Aid Week, spending just £1 a day on food and drink in solidarity with the 1.2 billion people who suffer from hunger.
Live Below the Line launches today, Tuesday 5 March 2013, so if you're not content with signing a petition when it comes to global poverty - how about taking on the challenge of eating for just one pound a day for five days?
Live Below the Line, a campaign aiming to change the way people think about global poverty in their everyday lives is being launched today.
Next week thousands of people across the UK will be taking part in the Live Below the Line campaign, spending just £1 a day for five days on all their food and drink.
Members of churches, trade unions and community groups are pledging to live on £1-a-day from 2-6 May to raise funds and in solidarity with the global poor.
The president of the British Methodist conference and other church figures are among thousands taking part in a 'life on £1-a-day' challenge in May.
Christian Aid plans to challenge the British public to live on just £1 a day for 5 days to raise £500,000 to help some of the world’s poorest people.
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