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The Boston Marathon Winner Who Fed the Hungry

In 1946, Greece's Stylianos Kyriakides used the race to shine the spotlight on hunger in his homeland. Read More »

Book Review: The Burn Zone by James K. Decker

James K. Decker's The Burn Zone is the best damned science fiction book this reviewer has read in quite some time. Read More »

UN, Save the Children Start Famine Relief Funds for West Africa

The World Food Programme has warned for months that the hunger crisis in West Africa could reach epic proportions this summer. Read More »

This Memorial Day You Can Save a Life In Famine-Threatened West Africa

This Memorial Day is a time a time when people can rally to save the lives of millions of people threatened by famine. Read More »

This Day in History in the Fight Against Global Hunger

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. Read More »

President Obama to Make Speech About Global Hunger Crisis

The challenge facing President Obama is to rally support for fighting global hunger. Read More »

Mauritania: School Meals, Refugee Aid Lack Funding

Humanitarian aid missions in Mauritania are facing funding shortages while the hunger crisis escalates. Read More »

Famine in Niger: Silent Guest Donations Needed to Feed Starving Children

Tonight at dinner imagine having one of the children in Niger as your guest. Read More »

School Feeding Vital to Ethiopia As Drought Revisits Region

The school feeding program is urgent because it nourishes hungry children and keeps them in school. Read More »

Act Now and Avoid Summer Disaster of Hunger and Famine

If we act now, we can stop famine and save millions of lives. Read More »