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.
The cuts to food stamps would also mean that "nearly 300,000 children would lose their free school meals."
If every nation had a comprehensive school lunch program, we could drastically reduce child hunger and poverty.
This Sunday in London the starving peoples of the world are hoping the Olympic spirit can come to their aid.
A full supply of supplementary plumpy for children in Yemen would provide the nation a break from the malnutrition storm.
If you use Freerice.com to prepare for the SAT test you can help donate grains of rice to the UN World Food Programme.
The Cincinnati Freestore Foodbank and the Cincinnati Public Library each want to expand child feeding programs throughout the city.
The Cincinnati Public Library says a plan to give children backpacks of food for weekends is off to an excellent start.
Humanitarian aid groups are calling on the United States to adopt the Roadmap to End Global Hunger.
Efforts at demilitarizing the border and resolving the dispute over oil revenues need to be reinforced with food for peace.
The UN World Food Programme (WFP) has been unable to fulfill its school feeding plan for Yemeni children for several years.
Vadsana Sinthavong talks about her mission trying to end global hunger and how she thinks the Olympics can play a role.
What's at stake is the future of every Afghan child as well as their country.
If America has enough resolve to battle world hunger, we can take the greatest step there is toward world peace.
A year later the plight of the children of the Somalia famine is largely unknown to the world.
Today let's have a break from excessive political fundraising and have our political leaders come together to benefit humanity instead.
The World Food Programme has warned for months that the hunger crisis in West Africa could reach epic proportions this summer.
This Memorial Day is a time a time when people can rally to save the lives of millions of people threatened by famine.
Tonight at dinner imagine having one of the children in Niger as your guest.
As President Obama is set to make a speech about today's global hunger crisis, it helps to look back on this day in history.
The challenge facing President Obama is to rally support for fighting global hunger.