Latest articles on Hunger

The farm workers who produce our food are the most vulnerable to hunger

When drafting policies to address this situation, it is important that the voices of the workers themselves are taken into account

Feed the hunger disaster

As for a tsunami or any other calamity, corporates and individuals must dig into their pockets

How two million children go hungry

The Child Gauge highlights that black children in single or no parent households fare the worst

Basic education department can’t afford breakfast

It is exploring the idea of asking more food manufacturers to provide poor learners with a morning meal.

​Starved of a soft place to land

‘Friday’ profiles different styles of writing – this time by a popular media personality who explores two kinds of hunger

‘Given the gains already made, a global push can consign hunger to history’

Nobel peace prize recipient Kofi Annan believes ending worldwide starvation is an attainable goal.

‘Malnutrition: Toddlers are almost as often overweight as they are underweight’

A quarter of the world's overweight children live in Africa, amounting to almost the same number as wasting minors.

Hunger replaces war in Congo’s Katanga

In the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) this season, El Niño affects 550 000 people, bringing hunger and hardship.

Malawi drought: “I’m pregnant, but I’ve got nothing to eat.”

Some rain has fallen yet crop yields are still expected to be poor, but aid programmes have opened the door to a more sustainable future.

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