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Somalia Is On The Brink Of Famine, And Time Is Running Out
Program Manager, Catholic Relief Services in Somalia
Hundreds of thousands of lives are at risk.
Aid Workers In 4 Countries Facing Famine Warn Trump's Cuts Could Cost Lives
The president's "America first" budget would slash funding while millions are at risk of starving.
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Why South Sudan's Leaders Are Fueling The Implosion Of Their Own Country
Top government officials are profiting as the nation spirals deeper into a manmade crisis.
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Crippling Drought Kills 110 Somalis In Just Two Days
Some 400,000 malnourished children need urgent care.
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Boko Haram Survivors Are Starving To Death As Aid Falls Short
"I have never heard such fear and desperation. This is a new terrible.”
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Yemen: the Forgotten Famine
Author, journalist,and historian. Partnered with UN World Food...
Malnourished children will not be able to grow and attend school. They will be searching desperately for any kind of food
Are Venezuela's food shortages a sign that food security is still a risk?
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Image credit: Zialater This article originally appeared on ResearchGate News. RG: As climate change leads to more extreme
A World Without Hunger
Financier/CEO, Cyrano Group
And for the unemployed, who have a whiter collar background, training could be provided. Computer tech "boot camps" have
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Journalist, editor, photographer, aid worker
High tech sensors detect shortages of vitamin A, zinc and iron, which are needed for infant and early childhood mental and
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When Parisians Ate Elephants
French-American Features and Travel writer ♫.
Here is the printed Christmas menu of one of the restaurants using animal meat. A few of the dishes: Consommé d'Eléphant
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Climate Change This Week: A Really Hot 2016 Start, a Really Cool Battery, and More!
Mary Ellen Harte
Biologist, Author, and Consultant on Climate Change and Popula...
* * A Psychedelic Vision, the Variable Neon Slug is one of many colorful nudibranchs that occur on the Great Barrier Reef
Using Technology to Help Farmers Adapt to Climate Change
Katje Vanden Heuvel
Dynamic, driven, branding and communications professional, pa...
Hellen's story is all too common. In 2014, I met Mukasa, an elderly Ugandan farmer grappling with the fact that his village
Local Council of Daraya City
Civilians Trapped In Syrian Town Call For Help With Human SOS Sign
"We aren't ISIS or Jabhat al-Nusra," says a boy in the besieged town.
Invest Now in Ethiopia to Sustain Progress, Save Lives
President, Bread for the World
Ethiopia is suffering from the worst drought on record. It is vital that the United States and its partners act now to sustain the progress that has been made over the years in reducing hunger.
El Niño Is Posing a Global Humanitarian Threat
Lutheran World Relief
Non-profit working with local partners to provide lasting solu...
On a global scale, extreme drought conditions and acute water shortages have affected more than 60 million people, including an estimated 4.2 million people in Central America, 30 million people in East and Southern Africa and 4.7 million people in the South West Pacific region.
The Social Marketing Legacy of Phil Harvey
David J. Olson
Global health communications expert
From 1992 to 2001, I did some of the most important - and fun - work of my life: I managed social marketing programs for
World Must Support Ethiopians as Frightening Drought Looms - UN
A View From The United Nations
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Stephen O'Brien, UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator (UNOCHA) Antonio Guterres
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North Korean Defector Yeonmi Park Shares Her Harrowing Story
Cofounder and News Director of The Establishment
Yeonmi Park's childhood reads like the kind of fiction best-suited for sadists, marked by starvation, the execution of a friend's mother, the imprisonment of her father, human trafficking, and chronic sexual violence.
Climate Change in the Eyes of El Nino?
Crisis Response Campaigner
This year's El Niño can already lay claim to spawning Mexico's record-breaking Hurricane Patricia or contributing to one of the worst ever outbreaks of peatland and forest fires in Indonesia, but it might only be just getting started.
Kickstarting Your Longevity Genes -- The Epigenetic Benefits of Intermittent Fasting
Author of "The Genie in Your Genes"
The Cause of Ethiopia's Recurrent Famine Is Not Drought, It Is Authoritarianism
Dawit Ayele Haylemariam
Once again Ethiopia's food crisis is topping the headline. As seasonal rain fails in Eastern and Southern parts of the country, famine is threatening millions of Ethiopians. The UN estimates over 10 million are in need of emergency food aid.
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