Author William Lambers reports on the struggle to fight hunger all over the world. Through interviews with program officials and occasional opinion pieces, he illuminates the importance of school lunch programs and other efforts by NGOs and national governments.
Heavy rains, snow, and cold threaten Syrian refugees.
How to end world hunger, from your own backyard.
Fight hunger at home and abroad, starting with the Farm Bill.
You can support a runner who is running to raise money for a food called Plumpy'Nut that saves the lives of starving children.
More and more people are using Charity Miles to raise money and as a launching pad to start conversations about hunger.
On Thanksgiving I ran to raise money for three charities: Stand up 2 Cancer, Feeding Americ, and the World Food Programme.
After turkey this year, make some time for FreeRice and help feed people a world away in Niger.
With any luck yogurt will soon be helping to raise funds for the World Food Programme through a FreeRice contest.
There is enough food to feed all the hungry. It’s not a question of resources as much as leadership.
As the election nears candidates at all levels need to talk about how to end hunger in America.
On Halloween world hunger may be out of sight for most, it does not have to be out of mind
Ithaca College has a dedicated organization to fighting world hunger called Food for Thought
I remember George McGovern for a book he wrote in 1964 called War Against Want: America's Food for Peace Program.
On World Food Day imagine an "invisible guest" at your table, one of the world's 870 million hungry people.
Laure Chadraoui ,a World Food Programme (WFP) officer, shares her experience in war-torn Syria
If the Syrian conflict continues, humanitarian needs are only going to increase.
There is a struggle for survival ongoing for millions of people at risk of hunger in the Sahel region of Africa.
The film industry has an opportunity to use its power to fight a global threat: hunger and malnutrition.
This week the award-winning online game FreeRice added a new subject: world hunger.
The cuts to food stamps would also mean that "nearly 300,000 children would lose their free school meals."