Dr. Sharhan gives us some insight into the challenges facing Yemeni families.
Geert Cappelaere of UNICEF discusses the humanitarian crisis in Yemen and how we can take action.
This Christmas Eve a company called Edesia will be making packages of plumpy'nut to send to the African nation of Chad.
During World War I aid had to be rushed to save children from potentially deadly malnutrition.
Hunger continues to be the deadly companion of conflict and poverty around the globe.
Low funding for WFP Yemen unfolded at the same time food prices increased during political instability
It was fitting that one of the food trains for peace back in 1948 was named after Lincoln.
Over two million Afghans are in need of life-saving food after drought strikes.
This Halloween please take a silent guest with you trick or treating, and feed one of the world's hungry children.
The Vice President urges Congress to keep fighting global hunger and not to slash food aid in the budget.