The school feeding program is urgent because it nourishes hungry children and keeps them in school.
The more people become aware and get involved, the more likely hunger can be ended in America.
A learning adventure in American history can also offer a way for students and others to connect with South Sudan.
Abeer Etefa of the UN World Food Programme provides an update on the humanitarian crisis in Syria.
Dialogue, development and disarmament need to take place in South Sudan.
Six million – one in 50 Americans – depend on food stamps to feed themselves and their families.
At your next meal, you could take in an infant child in Yemen who needs plumpy'nut to prevent deadly malnutrition.
Matthew 25: Ministries is on the front lines taking on the growing hunger crisis in America.
Feeding the children of "drought and conflict" is the U.S. foreign policy mission for this new year.
The World Food Programme says that the Ivory Coast school feeding program is only 11 percent funded.