Hunger

An app designed to tackle food waste has proven to be an accidental lifeline for people who are struggling to afford to feed
"My daughter is going to finish school," one young woman told me, defiantly. "She's going to get the opportunities I didn't have."
In most parts of the country the summer play schemes have gone. And, almost none of the remaining schemes provide lunch. A generation of the poorest children need somewhere to go, something to do, and something to eat. The GLA reckons that 500,000, yes, half a million kids, will have a summer holiday at risk of being without proper food.
Last week, Oxfam chartered a small plane and distributed beans, rice and oil in Panyijar in South Sudan. This was very much a last resort - not least because of the expense - but it was the only way to reach these communities and keep them alive.
Drought in Somaliland, a region of Somalia where ActionAid works Six years ago famine gripped Somalia. The famine came as
Severe hunger that threatens lives is spreading across parts of Africa. Chronically and silently, a food crisis has been
Food banks are handing out more parcels than ever before as Britons battle food poverty in ever-increasing numbers - and
Yes, foodbank use is complex, but that doesn't mean the government should dismiss evidence linking sanctions and their use. We must listen to people using foodbanks so that can we understand who they are, why they use them, and what it feels like. Only then can we start to do something about it.
Italy's top criminal court has ruled that a hungry homeless man who took a package of hot dogs from a supermarket committed