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Why humanitarians must push for more
World Humanitarian Day - World Vision's Mary Njeri has witnessed the harrowing reality of suffering children in places like Isiolo, Kenya, and Baidoa, Somalia, highlighting the pressing need for united, flexible efforts to address the escalating global hunger crisis.
School meals are life-changing, but not as easy as ABC
Encouraged by WFP's State of School Feeding Worldwide 2022 report, Charlotte Masiello-Riome cautions against the world giving itself a passing grade.
Would you take food away from a hungry child to feed a starving one?
Would you take food away from a hungry child to feed a starving one? Recently, Meghan Stanley had to grapple this ethical dilemma.
Six ways we are addressing climate change around the world
By Angeline Munzara and Yukiko Yamada Morovic
This article looks at six ways World Vision programmes are addressing climate change around the world.
How the world's most hungry children are paying for the Ukraine conflict
As the Ukraine conflict, climate shocks, and ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic interact to undermine food supplies and economies, the risk of famine continues to intensify for children and families worldwide. Andrew Morley explains.
Global inaction will mean death for Afghanistan's hungry children
World Vision Afghanistan's National Director Asuntha Charles gives insight into the desperate humanitarian crisis the country in the lead up to her intervention at the UN General Assembly's Special Roundtable on Preventing Famine and Fighting Food Insecurity.
Five things you may not know about humanitarians
By James East
James reflects on why we can and should better understand humanitarian workers - where they're from, why they do what they do, what they face and how they overcome it.
When someone's drowning you don't row away
By Jennifer Neelsen
As the most vulnerable children and families, especially in fragile contexts, suffer new surges of COVID-19, Jennifer says we must redouble efforts to fight the pandemic and its tragic aftershocks.
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