#food and hunger

  • Article: Teen Mothers Are Struggling to Feed Their Babies in Cambodia

    Teen Mothers Are Struggling to Feed Their Babies in Cambodia

    From News Deeply|March 16, 2018

    The government provides little assistance for the young families. Read more

  • Article: Hunger Gnaws at Rohingya Children in Bangladesh's Refugee Camps

    Hunger Gnaws at Rohingya Children in Bangladesh's Refugee Camps

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Dec. 6, 2017

    Nearly 25% of all Rohingya refugee children between six months and five years old are malnourished. Read more

  • Article: New Tool Aim to Predict and Thwart This Major Crop Killer: Locusts

    New Tool Aim to Predict and Thwart This Major Crop Killer: Locusts

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|June 15, 2017

    The tool is the latest in a series to apply satellite data to agricultural purposes. Read more

  • Article: Banks Are Stepping Up to Help Africans Suffering From Famine

    Banks Are Stepping Up to Help Africans Suffering From Famine

    By Gabriella Canal|June 14, 2017

    Upwards of 26.5 million people could go hungry in the Horn of Africa. Read more

  • Article: How Bangladesh's Latest Move for Cleaner Energy Could Actually Hurt Millions

    How Bangladesh's Latest Move for Cleaner Energy Could Actually Hurt Millions

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|May 1, 2017

    A push to produce ethanol could make fuel cleaner and help battle climate change. Read more

  • Article: Millions of Nigerians on the Brink of Famine Could Exacerbate Europe's Migration Crisis

    Millions of Nigerians on the Brink of Famine Could Exacerbate Europe's Migration Crisis

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|April 18, 2017

    "The world could see a mass exodus from a country of 180 million people if support is not given." Read more

  • Article: In India, Eating More Fruits and Vegetables Could Help Save Water

    In India, Eating More Fruits and Vegetables Could Help Save Water

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|April 5, 2017

    To ensure there is enough available freshwater in India, water use will have to be cut by a third. Read more

  • Article: Yemen’s Famine Is Beyond ‘the Point of No Return,’ UN Agency Warns

    Yemen’s Famine Is Beyond ‘the Point of No Return,’ UN Agency Warns

    By Gabriella Canal|March 17, 2017

    In Yemen, 17 million people are at ‘emergency’ or ‘crisis’ levels of food insecurity. Read more