Estimates suggest that Russia’s war on Ukraine has resulted in direct and indirect losses to the agriculture sector amounting to more than US$40 billion.
Building Resilience in West and Central Africa: How CORAF Supports the Co-Creation of Local Solutions
CORAF works directly with farmers to develop solutions, enabling communities to own the process and the results.
The Relationship Between Debt and Global Hunger: A Special IPES-Food Report
A debt crisis is pushing millions more people around the world into hunger.
The U.N. Food Systems Summit One Year On: Is it Just a Paper Tiger?
On the first anniversary of the U.N. Food Systems Summit, it’s important to ask: Was it all talk and no action? Can the beautiful food system transformation plans come to life?
Research shows that 60 percent of millennials and members of Gen Z are willing to make modestly different food choices if it supports planetary health.
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.
Tea As A Catalyst For Social Change
Nepal Tea’s goal is to uplift one million people out of poverty in this generation.
Ripping Out the Safety Net? How Soon-To-Expire COVID Relief Measures Will Affect College Hunger
When the COVID-19 public health emergency ends July 15, 2022, millions of U.S. college students will lose crucial food assistance programs like SNAP.
New ‘Hunger Hotspots’ Report Identifies Drivers of Global Food Insecurity
Acute food insecurity is likely to deteriorate in 20 countries, requiring urgent humanitarian action.