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In Search of Food and Peace in South Sudan

Clearing land for farming in project supported by UNMISS Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Unit in Pariak, Jonglei State. (UNMISS/Martine Perret)

The road to peace in South Sudan means people coming together to farm and not to fight. Read More »

Book Review: Days of Love and Blood by R.S. Carter

As a Demon virus spreads panic and death over the country, survivors must deal with the dangerous aftermath or be destroyed. Read More »

Book Review: Blue Earth by Anya Achtenberg

The “quiet loneliness” of the unspoken depth of unfulfilled dreams, dreams of ownership and family. Read More »

Book Review: Manure Matters: Historical, Archaeological and Ethnographic Perspectives by Richard Jones (ed)

You mightn't think a book about the history of manure is to your taste - but you might be surprised. Read More »

Sahel Food Crisis: Race Against Time to Save Lives

If the international community does not act now, the Sahel food crisis will get much worse. Read More »

Book Review Power and Tender by Margret Russell

Power and Tender is a historical novel that chronicles the lives of Arthur, Ben and Hannah Alton during the years immediately following World War I. Read More »

Remembering the Horn of Africa this Holiday Season

Invest in small farmers around the world today to avoid the famine of tomorrow. Read More »

DVD Review: Sleep Furiously

Sleep Furiously is a beautiful film about a way of life that is on the way out for residents of a village in Wales. Read More »

Josette Sheeran of WFP Ranked 30th Most Powerful Woman by Forbes

Sheeran has emerged in recent years as the lead "food ambassador" in the struggle to fight global hunger. Read More »

Interview: Catholic Relief Services in Afghanistan

It is the war against poverty in Afghanistan which is often overlooked. Read More »