Food Security

USAID Pledges Nearly $1.3 Billion to Support Food Security in the Horn of Africa

The effects of the climate crisis, compounded by the rising costs of cost of food, fuel, and fertilizer, are threatening to drive rates of hunger even higher.

In the Driest Region of the World, Water Offers Peace

Transboundary water cooperation is seen as essential to ensure peace and stability in the MENA region.

The Inequality Pandemic: Agribusiness Billionaires Profit from Pain in Oxfam Brief

Oxfam’s new brief reveals how wealth inequalities, worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic, increased food insecurity for society’s most vulnerable.

Climate Change is Driving India’s Heat Waves, Increasing Wheat Prices

Climate change has increased the likelihood and intensity of heatwaves in India, forcing farmers to adapt.

What Will Be the Most Effective Way of Overcoming the “Hurricane of Hunger”?

Soil degradation in sub-Saharan Africa is resulting in increasing rates of hunger.

The SUN Movement Tackles Malnutrition Through Collaboration

An estimated 149.2 million—22 percent—of children under five years of age suffer from stunting.

IPES-Food Reports Another Perfect Storm for Food Price Crisis

Russia’s war against Ukraine has resulted in the third global food price spike in 15 years.

Rising Food Prices Threaten Global Food Security

In recent weeks, food prices have reached record high levels. FAO’s Chief Economist discusses what this means for global hunger rates and the risk of social unrest as well as potential solutions.

World Central Kitchen Documentary Shines a Spotlight on Chef José Andrés

A new documentary, We Feed People, shows the evolution of international food relief nonprofit, World Central Kitchen.

Unblocking Ukrainian Seaports as a Tool to Overcome the Global Food Crisis

Unless action is taken to enable food exports from Ukraine, economist Vitalii Dankevych predicts that the world will see a humanitarian crisis.

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