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Venezuela: How far would you go to feed your family?

Venezuela: How far would you go to feed your family?

Protests in Venezuela continue to escalate as the political situation grows more tense and citizens starve. Hyperinflation means families can’t afford to eat. And since many stores can’t keep their doors open, there is little food left to buy anyway. “We are tired of...
How will you celebrate World Food Day?

How will you celebrate World Food Day?

It seems like these days there’s a day to celebrate just about every popular food on earth. • Jan. 16: International Hot and Spicy Food Day • March 9: Meatball Day • June 7: National Doughnut Day • July 13: National French Fry Day And those are just a few of the...
Feed a child and fuel his future

Feed a child and fuel his future

Right now, a little boy in Uganda is sitting in school, eager to learn, and eager to build a bright future. He has dreams of being a teacher or a doctor or a mechanic when he grows up. There’s just one problem. Today the little boy can’t focus on his lessons. He...
The blessing of eating, the power of feeding

The blessing of eating, the power of feeding

“I’m starving to death!” It’s 11:30 a.m., and I’m leaning over the side of my cubicle to complain to a co-worker. It’s been three hours since I’ve eaten breakfast, and I’m already anticipating lunch. I whine as if I’m powerless to stop my stomach from growling. But in...
Rescue a child from the red zone

Rescue a child from the red zone

What does starvation look like? You’ve probably seen the images — children with swollen bellies, bony legs, and brittle, yellowed hair. Those images are devastating, but they are just one part of the harsh reality of a global food crisis. Starvation also looks like a...
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