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Mali and Mauritania: War, Drought and School Meals

A solution to the crisis in Mali will be hard to find if children are hungry and malnourished. Read More »

Hunger and Fear in the Sahel of Africa

There is a struggle for survival ongoing for millions of people at risk of hunger in the Sahel region of Africa. Read More »

This Memorial Day You Can Save a Life In Famine-Threatened West Africa

This Memorial Day is a time a time when people can rally to save the lives of millions of people threatened by famine. Read More »

President Obama to Make Speech About Global Hunger Crisis

The challenge facing President Obama is to rally support for fighting global hunger. Read More »

Mauritania: School Meals, Refugee Aid Lack Funding

Humanitarian aid missions in Mauritania are facing funding shortages while the hunger crisis escalates. Read More »

Food Running Out for Refugees from Mali Conflict

The international community has a responsibility to act to avoid a potential famine in the Sahel. Read More »

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 »

Mauritania School Meals Run Out as Drought, High Prices Strike

At a time when school feeding should be expanded, in Mauritania it is days away from coming to an end. Read More »

Top Foreign Policy Goal for 2012: Feeding the Children of Drought and Conflict

Feeding the children of "drought and conflict" is the U.S. foreign policy mission for this new year. Read More »

Mauritania School Feeding Suspended, WFP Seeks Interim Aid

The WFP Mauritania staff is looking for a stopgap measure to provide meals the rest of the school year. Read More »