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Latest Hunger Articles

Malnutrition's "Perfect Storm" in Central African Republic

Apr 7, 2014: Continuing conflict in the Central African Republic has resulted in rampant malnutrition for the people affected from the crisis.

Foot Soldiers in Haiti's Fight Against Cholera

Apr 4, 2014: To help protect people from cholera, water and sanitation workers are educating their communities on best practices to support health.

Ethiopia: Access to Water, Access to Education

Apr 2, 2014: UNICEF and the European Union have joined together to bring more than 100 water points to Machakel district in Ethiopia.

MercyCorps: The Syrian Crisis and Water Scarcity

Mar 25, 2014: In a water scarce nation like Jordan, the wise use of water resources is a critical element to ensure that refugees continue to live in security with the resources they need to live.

Iraq: Innovation & Refugee Shelter

Mar 19, 2014: The Syrian refugees that fled to Iraq for safety and security are getting an upgrade to their living quarters.

Syria: An Ongoing Crisis

Mar 18, 2014: GreaterGood partner MercyCorps is on the ground helping with the ongoing humanitarian crisis. Watch the video to learn more about how they are helping.

Women's Enterprise in Africa: Weaving a Brighter Future

Mar 17, 2014: The African Wildlife Foundation took a unique approach to improving the quality of life for women by linking them to the health and well-being of the national park.

UNICEF Tap Project: Go Without Your Phone To Give Clean Water to Kids

Mar 14, 2014: Think there's nothing you can do to help kids in developing countries get access to safe, clean drinking water? Think again.

UNICEF USA: Combatting HIV/AIDS in Malawi

Mar 12, 2014: Access to powerful drugs can be the difference between life and death for a sick child. For Molumbu, a UNICEF-supported hospital meant he got the life-saving care he needed to fight back against AIDS.

Syrians Still Need Humanitarian Aid

Mar 5, 2014: In this video shot in the refugee camps in the countries bordering Syria, people of all ages who have fled their home describe their experience.

South Sudan: Families Return To Homes Ravaged By Fighting

Mar 3, 2014: As families displaced by fighting in South Sudan return to their homes, the World Food Program is on the ground in Bentiu, Unity State to ensure that no one goes hungry during the journey home.

Learn About the Food Recovery Network

Feb 27, 2014: Ben Simon was a student at the University of Maryland, College Park when he saw a genuine problem. The university cafeteria, having no other option for dealing with meal leftovers, was throwing away pounds of perfectly good food on a daily basis.

Food Shortages in the Central African Republic

Feb 26, 2014: Continued fighting in the Central African Republic has caused food shortages and high prices for what is available as food traders flee their homes and livelihoods.

Feeding America Real Story: Michelle

Feb 19, 2014: Before Michelle found a job at the Treasure Coast Food Bank, in Fort Pierce, Florida, she had a hard time finding a job. While she was unemployed, she depended on food stamps to feed her family and help her make ends meet.

Syria: Aid Convoys Bring Relief To Besieged Old City of Homs

Feb 17, 2014: The Old City of Homs has been cut off from relief efforts for over 600 days. Only recently has the World Food Programme been allowed to enter and distribute food, medical supplies and other essentials into the City.
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