individual giving is not enough. There has to be a public policy, shared by all advanced, productive nations. In such a policy all of us share together.
It has to be public. It has to be done all together, and each nation would then offer an appropriate share.
What would happen if that were done? It would be a two part capitalism. Some of the products that the advanced, developed capitalistic countries create would be traded in the usual manner but another set of products would be designated to benefit those in the globalized world who are malnourished.
Every time some factory worker would spend the day making some product, he or she would know that some portion would go to help the needy.
The "giver" is developed-world capitalism ITSELF. The "receiver" is anyone who is left out, or deprived, by capitalism and by globalization.
This policy would mean that the entire world would participate in capitalism, which is to say meaningfully, not merely as victim-members. What does "participate" mean, in terms of capitalism? It should mean that you get something from it.