Today on Blogcritics
Home » Tag Archives: malnutrition

Tag Archives: malnutrition

Will You Take the Zero Hunger Challenge?


Join the Zero Hunger Challenge. Find something you can do to help fight world hunger. Read More »

UNICEF Warns of Child Starvation in South Sudan

Children attending a class at the Muniki Center Basic School in the Muniki Payam, a sub-district of Juba, South Sudan. Photo: UNICEF/NYHQ2007-0862/G. Cranston

Food supplies all over the country have been disrupted. There are 3.7 million people in South Sudan suffering from hunger. Read More »

Syria Crisis: Small Food Packages Save Children

Ten-year-old Omar from Derayya is still recovering from heart surgery that he got in the Damascus Children’s Hospital 10 months ago. The volunteers at ths clinic say that Omar is progressing steadily and gaining weight with the help of Plumpy’doz. (WFP/Dina Elkassaby)

It's a small package of food. But for a child it's a life-saver. Read More »

The Boston Marathon Winner Who Fed the Hungry

In 1946, Greece's Stylianos Kyriakides used the race to shine the spotlight on hunger in his homeland. Read More »

Aid Groups Need Access to Starving People in Sudan’s South Kordofan State

The World Food Programme and other aid groups need access to all of South Kordofan. Read More »

Plumpy’Doz Needed in Syria to Stop Deadly Child Malnutrition

The hunger crisis in Syria is putting children at risk of deadly malnutrition. Read More »

USAID Official Tells Congress of Syrian Hunger Emergency

Nancy Lindborg of USAID spoke to the House about the growing humanitarian crisis facing war-torn Syria. Read More »

Civilians Suffering from Conflict Between Sudan and South Sudan

There is tremendous suffering among innocent civilians in South Kordofan and Blue Nile states. Read More »

Food Rations Reduced for Displaced Persons in Yemen

Efforts to build stability in Yemen are being undermined by a shortage of funds. Read More »

Saving the Children in South Sudan

Peace cannot be founded in South Sudan with malnourished and stunted children. Read More »