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U.S. Food for Peace and WFP Feeding Hungry Afghans

Food for Peace and WFP can make the difference for Afghanistan moving toward peace and development. Read More »

The Investment We Need to Make in Afghanistan

Food and education for children represent the one chance Afghanistan has for peace. Read More »

A Barn Owl, the Mothman Legend, and Global Hunger Relief

It's clear where the emphasis needs to be in Afghanistan. It starts with the basics of food, medicine, education, and shelter. Read More »

Afghanistan: Massive Funding Shortage for Fighting Hunger

The UN World Food Programme (WFP) is reporting a $257 million shortage in funding for its mission in Afghanistan. Read More »

What a Simple Road Can Mean in Afghanistan

Something many of us take for granted, a simple road, can make a world of difference in Afghanistan. Read More »

Afghanistan: Child Centers Have No Funding for Food

The Aschiana Foundation is reporting that two of its child centers in Afghanistan are out of funding for food Read More »

Feed the Hungry Street Children of Afghanistan

If you are looking for progress and hope in Afghanistan, invest in universal feeding for children. Read More »

Afghanistan Strategy Falling Apart with Food Shortages

Where is the U.S. leadership in rallying the international community to meet the hunger crisis in Afghanistan? Read More »

Food and Hope for Street Children in Afghanistan

One thing there should be no debate on is the importance of food for education for Afghan children. Read More »

Food with Education is the Key to Afghanistan’s Future

No reconstruction effort for Afghanistan will be sound unless all children attend school and receive meals with take-home rations. Read More »