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On Digital Learning Day, Think FreeRice

On Digital Learning Day students and teachers can join the already one million players of FreeRice helping to feed the hungry. Read More »

Building the Future in Ivory Coast with School Meals

The World Food Programme says that the Ivory Coast school feeding program is only 11 percent funded. Read More »

Giving Children a Chance in Post-Conflict Ivory Coast

The rehabilitation of children in Ivory Coast is crucial so they do not suffer from hunger, malnutrition and disease. Read More »

Post-Conflict Ivory Coast: An Interview with Annie Bodmer-Roy of Save the Children

Annie Bodmer-Roy of Save the Children talks about the post-conflict reconstruction in the Ivory Coast. 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 »

The Korean War: Humanitarian Heroes Fighting Hunger

L3-B/Korea 1951

Nothing should ever be forgotten about the humanitarian who saved and the changed the lives of a generation in Korea. Read More »

The Fast Gathering Storm of Hunger

With hunger fast engulfing the globe, the U.S. cannot withdraw its role as the leader in facing this crisis Read More »

Ivory Coast: Hunger Relief Plan for War Victims Low on Funding

A long and difficult reconstruction awaits. Food and medical needs are still great. Read More »

The Sound of Music and the Cruel Enemy of Hunger

Food can make a difference on a grand scale, but also can bring moments of joy to a needy child. Read More »