South Sudan's Invisible Children

Saul Guerrero | Posted 08.11.2014 | UK
Saul Guerrero

From UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon to Hollywood A-lister Keira Knightley - the world has begun talking about the impending food crisis in South Sudan. And with good reason. We can now deliver a humanitarian response that was unavailable in the famines of the 1980s and 1990s.

One In Four Brits Enter Hospital Malnourished

Huffington Post UK | Sarah O'Meara | Posted 12.04.2012 | UK Lifestyle

More than a quarter of patients are malnourished when admitted to hospital, says a new report by the British Association of Parenteral and Enteral Nut...

There is Hope For The Victims of Pakistan's Floods

Alfonso Daniels | Posted 08.01.2012 | Home
Alfonso Daniels

"Children's throats get sore after drinking contaminated water from the nearby canal. We have nothing left in this world; there's no hope for us," she added, staring at the surrounding flooded fields, pointing at the distance to the rooftops of the wooden shacks popping out of the water, the place they used to live.