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Interview: Alain Homsy of the Norwegian Refugee Council in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

The Norwegian Refugee Council aids children in the conflict-torn Democratic Republic of the Congo with school feeding. Read More »

Nova Documentary Review: Engineering Ground Zero

New Hope has risen from the Ashes of Destruction Read More »

Humanitarian Aid Needed Long After Guns Fall Silent

Humanitarian aid is still needed even long after the guns fall silent in a war zone. Read More »

Conflict, Hunger, and Malnutrition in Sudan

The latest outbreak of violence in Sudan has brought hunger and large-scale displacement. Read More »

Book Review: Redheart by Jackie Gamber

A must read for ALL dragon fans. Read More »

Yemen: Children Echo Timeless Call for Peace

One thing we can count on are the voices for peace. We can count on the hopes of the children. Read More »

Libya: What Is NATO’s Goal?

What is the goal of NATO and the international community in Libya? It's unclear and that's the problem. Read More »

Food to Reinforce Peace Process in Yemen

For a relatively inexpensive price, relief can be bought for Yemeni families by funding the WFP mission. Read More »

For Yemen There Is No Alternative To Peace

For Yemen there is no real alternative to peace. This country has had enough conflict Read More »

Yemen: Protests, Chaos and Hunger

Food can be a source of stability and hope during a tumultuous period in Yemen Read More »