UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The head of the U.N. food agency is warning that 16 million people in Yemen “are marching towards starvation” and says food rations for millions in the war-torn nation will be cut in October unless new funding arrives.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House on Friday threatened to impose sanctions against Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and other leaders involved in a conflict gripping the Tigray region, where 10 months of fighting have left hundreds of thousands of people facing famine.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A month after the fall of Kabul, the world is still wrestling with how to help Afghanistan’s impoverished people without propping up their Taliban leaders — a question that grows more urgent by the day.
Parents often struggle to meet their newborn’s needs because they simply don’t know what they want when they are crying. Zoundream is not only…
The Who are marking the release of their new expanded edition of 'The Who Sell Out' and raising money for charities with their Heinz Beanz Meanz The Who cans.
The need for emergency food has exploded since March of 2020. According to an Oxfam report, this hunger crisis could soon kill more people worldwide each day than the infection itself.
One-hundred-year-old Helene Wuillemin started a hunger strike nine days ago to claim her right to die due to old age, despite not suffering fr…
When it comes to quarantine shopping, it's important to be organized, especially when it comes to eating enough fruits and vegetables (aim for five servings per day if you can). Buy a combination of fresh, frozen and canned to last you at least a week or more.
By Anne Frank, Bantam
Country music star Brad Paisley and his wife, actor Kimberly Williams-Paisley, are giving back to their community by opening a unique type of food pantry in Nashville. The couple partnered with Belmont University to open The Store, which will function as a non-profit pantry while giving its users the dignity
Somalia's drought is threatening 3 million lives, according to the U.N. In recent months, aid agencies have been scaling up their efforts but …
A prolonged drought is pushing millions of people toward starvation in Somalia. About 363,000 children need urgent treatment, officials warn.