Top 10 states suffering from hunger revealed

Bread for the World today announced the 10 states in America with the highest rates of hunger or “food insecurity.”

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French nun a hero for saving hungry war victims

A father, searching for his two missing daughters, needed a miracle. World War II was raging.

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UNICEF-WFP missions save lives in South Sudan

UNICEF and the World Food Programme reached a milestone today in war-torn South Sudan.

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Ebola crisis: UNICEF 95 percent unfunded in Sierra Leone

UNICEF says funding is urgently needed for its relief mission in Sierra Leone, one of the countries impacted by the Ebola virus.

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Interview: Linda Kurtz of the Campus Kitchens Project

With school now underway across the country, here is a great social cause for students to get involved with. It’s called the Campus Kitchen Project. It’s about ending food waste, which can be the key to fighting hunger in America.

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UNICEF feeding Syrian refugees in Turkey

As Syrians flee into Turkey to escape ISIS, they are in desperate of humanitarian aid.

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The ray of hope for refugees in Uganda

Imagine you are fleeing South Sudan‘s battlefields, searching for safety. You head to neighboring Uganda to escape the violence and the food shortages. You might have to walk for days to get there, but there is no turning back. You need to escape the fire.

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