Help Save Afghanistan from Famine
Each of us can advocate for food aid to rescue Afghanistan from famine.
Creating Oases of Change Amid the Hunger Crisis in Africa
Local, indigenous knowledge is critical to early warning and early action needed to get ahead of climate crises.
Poachers caught butchering giraffe in bloody scenes ending in gunfight
Poaching of vulnerable and endangered animals has increased in recent months because of a drought scorching Kenya and other nearby African countries.
The Forgotten, Starving Victims of Climate Change
If we fail to help poorer countries cope with climate change, we will see continuous hunger emergencies.
How one meal a day can help the world's poorest children
Newsweek shares two success stories highlighting how just one meal can help the world's poorest children follow their dreams.
On World Food Day, Leave No One Behind
As more disasters are likely to happen, more urgent funding is required.
A Person Dies of Hunger Every Four Seconds
Feeding the hungry must become a priority for everyone.
A Simple Solution to Save Millions of Children From Wasting Away
Child wasting is a global problem—but unlike many other global challenges, the solution is staring us in the face.
Why Queen's Death Prompted Irish Twitter to Discuss Potato Famine
The Queen's death sparked a discussion on about the Famine as part of a conversation about colonialism and imperialism and the late royal's role in it.
Nuclear War Scenarios Would See Billions Dead From Famine Globally
Scientists have predicted that the soot ejected into the atmosphere during a nuclear war could cause worldwide famines due to reduced crop growth.
The Wolf at the Door in the Central African Republic
The U.N.'s overall humanitarian plan for the Central African Republic is only 44 percent funded.
Remember Ukraine's Holodomor as World Hunger Grows
While arguments can certainly be made both in favor and against defining Russia's war of aggression as a genocidal act, policymakers must keep this in mind: it has happened before.
Gathering Storm of Famine Looms Over Many Nations
Every time you take action against hunger, you show the world that you care about the hungry.
Famine Will Force West To Lift Sanctions, Russian State TV Host Claims
Western leaders imposed severe sanctions on Russia in response to Vladimir Putin's Ukraine invasion, which began on February 24.
Putin Plans to Let World Starve Unless Demands Met as Russia Hoards Grain
Russia said on Wednesday it would provide a humanitarian corridor for vessels with food to leave Ukraine if sanctions were eased.
Russian TV Says Allies Loyal to Putin Won't Starve as Country Hoards Food
Pundits on "60 Minutes" discussed food shortages caused by the war in Ukraine.
As Famine Descends on Somalia, We Must Act to Save Lives
The biggest obstacle right now in helping Somalia is low funding for food aid.
Widespread 'Famine, Death and Starvation' if Ukraine Ports Close: UN
The executive director of the U.N.'s World Food Program warned that a global food shortage and a spike in food prices would "spell disaster" for poorer nations.
India Teams with African Island Nation Madagascar to Fight Climate Change
"Climate change, for us, is not a concept, It is a reality because we already see the polluted ocean, the coral reefs dying and the sea level rising."
Putin's Invasion of Ukraine Creating a World Food Security Catastrophe
Ukraine is known as 'Europe's breadbasket,' but the war has turned the country 'from a breadbasket to a bread line' for millions of its people.
The Silent, Unseen Horror of the Ukraine War
We must increase our global food aid programs to meet the challenge of hunger in Ukraine.
Ethiopia Faces Famine-Like Conditions, U.S. Wants 'Negotiated Resolution'
"We repeat our calls to all actors to cease all offensive operations which also hinder...humanitarian access," said a State Department spokesperson.
The Christmas Gift Congress Can Give the World's Children
If we can stop deadly malnutrition around the world, we can pave the way for a better and bright future for every nation.
Kim Jong-Un Looks Noticeably Thinner in North Korea TV Appearance
An expert told Newsweek that Kim's weight loss could be him signalling to the public that he recognizes the tough economic environment in his country.
A Plea for a World Thanksgiving Day
While we enjoy Thanksgiving, let's envision a world where every nation can celebrate this wonderful holiday in peace and free from hunger.
Inspiration for a World Ceasefire on Armistice Day
We must do everything we can today to achieve ceasefires and peace treaties in war zones.
25 Kids at Afghan Hospital Died of Malnutrition in Two Months
Afghanistan has seen a huge surge in children's malnutrition cases because of drought and the worsening economic crisis under Taliban rule.
As Halloween Candy Sales Soar, Donations Run Low for Nigeria's Starving
This Halloween season can save Nigeria if people diverted even a small fraction of candy and party supplies toward donations to feed the hungry.
Risk of Famine in Yemen is High as Aid Agencies Run Out of Money, U.N. Says
Ramesh Rajasingham, UN's deputy humanitarian chief, warned that up to 4 million people could have their aid reduced "in the coming weeks and months."
16 Million Yemenis Facing Ration Reductions if Program Doesn't Get Funding
"They don't have any money left over to buy anything. It is a heartbreak. It really is," said the head of the U.N.'s World Food Program.