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CRS wants McGovern-Dole Expanded to Fight World Hunger

CRS is calling on Congress to increase funding for the McGovern-Dole global school meals program Read More »

School Meals Vital to Recovery in Burkina Faso

When food becomes scarce and high-priced as it did in the Sahel last year, food at school becomes a life-changer. Read More »

Senator Brown Urges School Meals at Home and Abroad

Sherrod Brown is advocating for school meals abroad as an important piece of U.S. foreign policy Read More »

Feeding the Future of Yemen

Feeding and educating its children is crucial for Yemen to build the stability and peace it needs. Read More »

Hunger Critical Issue for State of the Union

In his State of the Union address, President Obama will need to build bipartisan support for ending the the menace of hunger. Read More »

War, Drought, and Hunger in Mali

As the conflict and hunger persist in Mali the international community will need to support aid agencies. Read More »

The Power of Film and Ending Child Hunger

If every nation had a comprehensive school lunch program, we could drastically reduce child hunger and poverty. Read More »

Let’s Get the Map Out to End Global Hunger

Humanitarian aid groups are calling on the United States to adopt the Roadmap to End Global Hunger. Read More »

Haiti: Drought, Low Funding Threaten School Meals Program

With drought conditions hitting parts of Haiti this school feeding takes on more urgency. Read More »

School Feeding Vital to Ethiopia As Drought Revisits Region

The school feeding program is urgent because it nourishes hungry children and keeps them in school. Read More »