COVID-19 Endangers Indigenous Right to Food, Says U.N. Report

As COVID-19 aggravates food insecurity, U.N. releases new study documenting Indigenous peoples’ experiences.

New Lesson Plans Aim to Find Solutions to Hunger

These 20 new lesson plans about world hunger for K-12 students have been designed to inspire youth to take action and help end food insecurity.

Native-led Nonprofit Tackles Food Insecurity on Reservations

Native-led Partnership with Native Americans is supporting rural reservations in the fight against food insecurity during the pandemic.

Practicing Dignity in Food Provisioning in Scotland

More people in the United Kingdom are struggling to access food. Nourish Scotland’s online workshops help emergency food volunteers promote the dignity of those in need.

Food Pantry Elijah’s Promise Faces Greater Demand During COVID-19

Local food pantries, like New Jersey-based Elijah’s Promise, are working on the frontlines of COVID-19 to feed vulnerable communities, but they are struggling to meet the rising demand for their services.

Chris Barrett Discusses the Ways Research Can Inform Agricultural Policy

Professor at Cornell University, Chris Barrett, discusses his research to help reduce poverty and malnutrition.

Mike Curtin Talks DC Central Kitchen, COVID-19

“Poverty is expensive. It is hard to be poor”

Liz Neumark Talks Teaching Healthy Habits to Kids, COVID-19

“Our waiters who at this time last year were at black tie galas, are now delivering food to a very different slice of New York”

Helping Local Farmers in Madagascar Create Sustainable (And Profitable) Businesses

Dani Nierenberg chats with Tim McCollum, founder and CEO of Beyond Good, an organic chocolate company that exclusively sources cacao from local farmers in Madagascar and Uganda.

Food Shift’s Food Waste and Job Training Program Seeks to Grow its Impact

Food Shift gives a second chance to both food and people—but they need help to grow their impact.