UNICEF and WFP need the special foods plumpy'nut and supplementary plumpy to feed children in Yemen.
Residents of Delhi reported mysterious lights and the eerie tune of a fiddler coming from the graveyard
"I will never forget Uganda's faces and stories."
Robert Patterson, President Truman's Secretary of War, certainly knew about war. But he also knew what was needed for peace.
Malnutrition jeopardize the futures of many Pakistani children.
One legacy of World War One that we do need to preserve is child feeding at schools.
Sustained school feeding in Yemen is what Obama referred to as the right kind of development
Citizens should expect their representatives in Congress to emphasize nutrition and education, both at home and abroad
It's time to get to work on both interim and long-term aid plans to ensure child feeding
There is much healing to do in Yemen from war, hunger, and poverty. It starts with food and compassion.