UN World Food Program

Constant attention to the plight of Syrians, Iraqis and others has also made it easy to overlook the often more threatening circumstances of roughly 40 million people internally displaced in their own countries--most of which are not in the Levant.
Eid told The WorldPost that in September, she asked Syrian refugees what would happen if they lost their monthly food assistance
Activist Lauren Bush Lauren joins to discuss FEED Projects, an organization she founded while a student at Princeton to put an end to world hunger. The model turned activist is one of the world's leading social entrepreneurs.
I am frequently asked why I keep doing this job, and I have to say that sometimes I wonder myself. It's a question equally valid if asked of all humanitarian workers: Why do we keep doing this?
Last week, we announced that YouTube serves over one billion video views per day. That's also the number of people in the world who don't have enough food to eat: one in seven humans.