CARE's work on Food Security in the Ultra Poor in Bangladesh (FSUP) indicates that the changes for women can only happen if there are broader changes in their environments and communities. This means working with men and boys to help increase women's mobility and access to resources.
This week is “Live Below the Line” week – a challenge from the Global Poverty Project in which thousands of people around the world pledge to eat on just $1.50 per day for five consecutive days.
Asha Gomez of Cardamom Hill in Atlanta, Georgia, treated guests at the 16th Southern Foodways Symposium last October to a Country Captain Thali Tray Lunch, a meal embracing her two Souths (Kerala, the southwestern-most region of India and the American South—you can learn more about that in June w
PAGAK, South Sudan – Nyakoang Rieka set out from her village in the afternoon.
Juliet Inisa, 44, is a single mother of three children ages 13, five and two. Since her partner left, she had to work hard on her own to provide for her kids.
The U.S. spends about $2 billion a year to feed the world’s poor. But could this food aid be hurting people more than it’s helping them? Ronan Farrow reports from Kenya.
There's one thing everyone has in common - the need for food to survive. But not everyone has the same ability to get the sustenance they need.