#Food Security

  • Article: Nearly 2.3 Million Zambians Face Starvation as a Result of Low Rainfall

    Nearly 2.3 Million Zambians Face Starvation as a Result of Low Rainfall

    By Mwandwe Chileshe|Sept. 2, 2019

    Zambian singer and Global Citizen nutrition champion Esther Chungu went to see the impact firsthand. Read more

  • Article: South Africa's Female Farmers Are Being Held Back. This Partnership Is Fighting to Change That.

    South Africa's Female Farmers Are Being Held Back. This Partnership Is Fighting to Change That.

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|Aug. 29, 2019

    Vodacom, UN Women, and South African Women in Farming are joining forces for equality. Read more

  • Article: Trenches and Blockades in Malawi Save Communities From Cyclone Flooding

    Trenches and Blockades in Malawi Save Communities From Cyclone Flooding

    From Voice of America|May 22, 2019

    Cyclone Idai displaced 90,000 people in Malawi. Read more

  • Article: London's Getting a 7-Mile 'Bee Corridor' to Help Boost Insect Numbers

    London's Getting a 7-Mile 'Bee Corridor' to Help Boost Insect Numbers

    By Helen Lock|May 8, 2019

    Over 20 parks in the capital will get wildflower meadows. Read more

  • Article: UN Launches $282 Million Appeal for Mozambique Cyclone Relief

    UN Launches $282 Million Appeal for Mozambique Cyclone Relief

    From Voice of America|March 26, 2019

    Funds will be used for health, water, sanitation, hygiene and food security. Read more

  • Article: Heatwave Threatens Zimbabwe's Harvest Amid Severe Drought

    Heatwave Threatens Zimbabwe's Harvest Amid Severe Drought

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|March 12, 2019

    Unusually high temperatures and lack of rainfall are hitting crops and livestock, officials say. Read more

  • Article: Leading Kenyan Scientist Says This Is What Africa Needs to Do to End Hunger

    Leading Kenyan Scientist Says This Is What Africa Needs to Do to End Hunger

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|Feb. 19, 2019

    More than 243 million people are undernourished. Read more

  • Article: Forgotten Local Plants Could Ease Malnutrition in East Timor

    Forgotten Local Plants Could Ease Malnutrition in East Timor

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Jan. 9, 2019

    More than 50% of children suffer from stunting in East Timor. Read more