The biggest obstacle right now in helping Somalia is low funding for food aid.
This Easter, as part of festivities, you can donate to charities like the World Food Program, CARE, CRS, Mercy Corps, Action Against Hunger, Save the Children, Edesia and others fighting global hunger.
"This is honest to god one of the weirdest things I've seen another human do," one Redditor said.
U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres also warned the war could cause "a global hunger crisis."
We need a truly global effort to ensure those living in hunger aren't the forgotten victims of war.
The end of hunger can be the greatest legacy we ever leave our children.
Parwana Malik was sold by her father in October after he couldn't afford food for the rest of the family.
"Here it is!" UN World Food Programme chief David Beasley tweeted. "We're ready to talk with you - and anyone else - who is serious about saving lives."
"They are hungry for more than a meal. Hungry for change. America needs Germany's help, now," says a woman in the ad.
"Our future is destroyed. I will have to sell another daughter if my financial situation doesn't improve—probably the 2-year-old," the girl's father said.
The world's hungry need more than tweets. They need people with compassion advocating to feed the hungry and work for peace.
This Halloween season can save Nigeria if people diverted even a small fraction of candy and party supplies toward donations to feed the hungry.
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack said the COVID-19 pandemic caused a "significant disruption" to food assistance programs.
School meals give children energy to learn. It is only through education that any country can advance.
Martin Griffiths of the U.N. said the crisis in Ethiopia is a "stain on our conscience" as the Tigray blockade continues to cause starvation and death.
"Many individuals and families—especially those experiencing food insecurity for the first time—are unaware of their full range of options," said Radha Muthiah.
The United States has the capacity, the know-how and the obligation to not just feed the world, but to change the way the world feeds itself so that we can eradicate hunger for the next generation.
Children who are starving right now in Yemen don't need long-winded speeches at the U.N. General Assembly. They need action on the part of world leaders.
Bridges were destroyed in Ethiopia, preventing aid from the embattled region. United Nations and other aid have not been able to fly in since June 22.
The loss of the Tekeze River bridge eliminates a route to deliver food and relief to an area contending with the world's worst hunger crisis in a decade.
"If the world wants to see less humanitarian suffering, you have to deal with the causes of that suffering," Mark Lowcock said.