#food and hunger

  • Article: This Is a Really Compelling Reason to Cut Down on Food Waste

    This Is a Really Compelling Reason to Cut Down on Food Waste

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|March 7, 2017

    About a third of the food produced around the world is never eaten. Read more

  • Article: How 6 Major Famines Changed the Past 100 Years

    How 6 Major Famines Changed the Past 100 Years

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Feb. 22, 2017

    People are currently starving to death in four countries, and 20 million lives are at risk. Read more

  • Article: Drought Sends Food Prices Through the Roof in East Africa

    Drought Sends Food Prices Through the Roof in East Africa

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Feb. 15, 2017

    Due to drought, food staples like maize and sorghum reach record level. Read more

  • Article: Starvation Looms for 6 Million Children in Horn of Africa, Charity Says

    Starvation Looms for 6 Million Children in Horn of Africa, Charity Says

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Feb. 3, 2017

    500,000 children already have severe malnutrition and risk dying without emergency intervention. Read more

  • Article: How a Tiny Cookstove Could Save Millions of Lives

    How a Tiny Cookstove Could Save Millions of Lives

    By Krista Watson|Caterpillar Foundation|Aug. 15, 2016

    Clean cookstoves mean cleaner air and healthier people. Read more

  • Article: Chelsea Handler Did a Face-Plant in a Bowl of Spaghetti to Help End World Hunger

    Chelsea Handler Did a Face-Plant in a Bowl of Spaghetti to Help End World Hunger

    Aug. 9, 2016

    Take action to make the G7 fulfil their promise of lifting 500 million people out of hunger. Read more

  • Article: Global Citizen travels to Japan for the G7

    Global Citizen travels to Japan for the G7

    By Judith Rowland|Global Poverty Project|May 20, 2016

    Let's solidify the G7's commitment to lift 500 million people out of hunger. Read more

  • Video: Building a hungerfree future in Kenya

    Building a hungerfree future in Kenya

    By Callie Stevens|World Vision|May 2, 2016

    Help Nelly develop resilience to face the unexpected! Read more