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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 »

Transformational Leadership in Tackling Global Hunger Crisis

None of these individuals waited to be appointed "the boss" of U.S. foreign policy and postwar relief. Read More »

International Women’s Day and the Secret Weapon Against Hunger

On this International Women's Day let's remember how important Food for Education programs are for girls. Read More »

Deja Vu All Over Again in the New York Times

The message to Congress is clear: Stop the Cuts to Food Aid. Read More »

The Protests in Egypt and High Food Prices

Getting basic foods is a daily challenge for many Egyptians. When prices spike, it crushes families already in poverty. Read More »

Eisenhower: Put Hearts and Minds into Fighting Global Hunger

A concerted effort among nations can strengthen the United Nations World Food Programme and its hunger-fighting efforts. Read More »

From Italy: The Fill the Cup Campaign to End Hunger

So the next time you see a great pasta dish, think for a minute of the other Italian-based food movement: the Fill the Cup campaign Read More »

Hunger Sits Beside Every Anxious Mother Three Times Each Day

Right at this moment there are mothers in developing countries who have little or no way to provide food for their children. Read More »

Food Can Bind All Nations in Goal of Peace

Food can bind all races, cultures, and religions in a common goal—peace. Read More »

Colleges Vital for Team Effort to Fight World Hunger

Ending world hunger requires great efforts across many areas of society. Read More »