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Budget Cuts by Congress Would Impact Hungry South Sudan

Efforts at demilitarizing the border and resolving the dispute over oil revenues need to be reinforced with food for peace. Read More »

Olympic Torchbearer: Games Can Highlight Global Hunger Crisis

Vadsana Sinthavong talks about her mission trying to end global hunger and how she thinks the Olympics can play a role. Read More »

The Challenge of Getting Food to Afghan Schoolchildren

What's at stake is the future of every Afghan child as well as their country. Read More »

Crisis in Syria: An Interview with Abeer Etefa of the UN World Food Programme

Abeer Etefa of the UN World Food Programme provides an update on the humanitarian crisis in Syria. Read More »

Save the Children Starts School Meals for Somali Refugees

Thousands of residents of Gebo and Bay are now in the Kobe and Hilaweyn refugee camps in Ethiopia depending on relief from aid agencies. Read More »

Sahel Food Crisis: School Meals Needed in Chad as Hunger Deepens

Hunger and malnutrition are growing, and the international community needs to act fast to avert a massive humanitarian disaster Read More »

Interview: Para Hunzai of the World Food Programme in Cambodia

Para Hunzai of WFP talks about school meals to fight hunger in Cambodia and how you can help. Read More »

The Investment We Need to Make in Afghanistan

Food and education for children represent the one chance Afghanistan has for peace. Read More »

Drew Brees Named WFP Ambassador Against Hunger

Food ambassadors like Drew Brees are desperately needed in sounding the alarm for this massive hunger crisis. Read More »

Afghanistan 10 Tears Later: Starvation Threatens War-Torn Country

On this 10 year anniversary of the Afghanistan war, let's work to win the peace-starting with fighting hunger. Read More »