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Interview: Catching Up with Kris Allen

The talented singer-songwriter spoke about his recent trip to Kenya & the making of his new EP, Waiting For Christmas. Read More »

Plumpy’nut: A Modern-Day CARE Package

Retail stores today could offer an outlet for people to buy CARE plumpy'nut packages for starving infants overseas. Read More »

Food for Peace, CRS Working to Feed the Hungry in East Africa

The Food for Peace program saves lives. It represents the very best of America. Read More »

Somali Child: I Just Want to Go to School Again

In responding to the drought in East Africa it's vital to ensure that all children can receive school meals and an education. Read More »

Interview: Robert Zachritz of World Vision on Budget Cuts to Food Aid

Is cutting Food for Peace and other hunger fighting programs the right place to go with nearly 1 billion hungry. Read More »

What McGovern-Dole can Mean to Yemen, Afghanistan and Haiti

If we are looking to make sound investments in foreign policy, then school feeding is the place to go. Read More »

House Budget Cuts Funding for School Meals

Think of what school meals for children could mean for so many countries. It's healthier, more educated children. Read More »

A Child’s Letter and the Struggle to End Global Hunger

The child hunger crisis that rages in the world today has deep implications for everyone's future. Read More »

Fighting Hunger a Cost Effective Solution to Global Problems

In this tight budget environment, improving nutrition is one of the most cost effective ways to address global problems Read More »

Book Review: The Hole in Our Gospel: The Answer that Changed My Life and Might Just Change the World by Richard Stearns

A clarion call to church outreach by Richard Stearns, CEO of World Vision. Read More »