CRS is calling on Congress to increase funding for the McGovern-Dole global school meals program
As the conflict and hunger persist in Mali the international community will need to support aid agencies.
On World Food Day imagine an "invisible guest" at your table, one of the world's 870 million hungry people.
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.
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.
Dialogue, development and disarmament need to take place in South Sudan.
Playing for Peace is part of a series of events about Sudan sponsored by Villanova University.
This Halloween please take a silent guest with you trick or treating, and feed one of the world's hungry children.