Today on Blogcritics
Home » Tag Archives: Josette Sheeran

Tag Archives: Josette Sheeran

Sahel Food Crisis: An Interview with Aboubacar Guindo of WFP in Mali

Aboubacar S. Guindo of WFP talks about Mali's school feeding program as we head into critical months of the Sahel food crisis. Read More »

The Battle of the Bulge and Fighting Global Hunger

Hunger continues to be the deadly companion of conflict and poverty around the globe. Read More »

Want to Cut Spending and Build Peace? Invest in Child Nutrition

If Congress is serious about savings, then it should look to investing in child nutrition at home and abroad. Read More »

Friendship Trains, Global Hunger, and Plumpy’nut

It is unacceptable that low funding prevents foods like plumpy'nut from reaching malnourished children. Read More »

Famine in Somalia. Is the Wolf at the Door in Afghanistan?

The international community needs to act fast in Somalia and Afghanistan 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 »

Mastering the Famine in East Africa

Let's start moving our own Friendship Train to help the hungry overseas, and master the current famine. Read More »

Hear the Pleas of the Sick and Starving in East Africa

America can lead the world in responding to the cries of the starving and sick in East Africa. Read More »

Feed a Silent Guest, Save a Starving Child in the Horn of Africa

If everyone would take at least one silent guest into their home, millions of lives could be saved in the Horn of Africa. Read More »

Starvation in the Horn of Africa: We Can Stop This Tragedy

If everyone took in a Silent guest at your next meal lives in the Horn of Africa could be saved Read More »