Decline of ancient trade route deepens Yemeni food crisis
A two-year-old civil war has severely restricted the flow of food into the main Yemeni cargo ports of Hodeidah and Salif on the Red Sea
In time of crisis, Venezuelans help the hungry
"We started this because we see people every day hunting for food in the trash, not only the homeless but people on their way to work"
Pope to visit war and famine hit South Sudan in October - bishop
SOUTH SUDAN-POPE/:Pope to visit war and famine hit South Sudan in October - bishop
Hunger kills at least 26 in Somalia's Jubbaland region
The acute hunger gripping Jubbaland caused an exodus of hundreds of families into the capital Mogadishu seeking help
New Study Finds Worrying Climate Trend In Karamoja Over Last 35 Years
KAMPALA - A new study carried out by the Government of Uganda and its partners has found a new weather pattern that threatens to worsen food insecurity in the Karamoja region if no action is taken.
Actor Ben Stiller joins social media drive to raise $2 mln for Somalia
An initial flight will take off next Monday with 60 tonnes of food for Somalia where about half the population need help
One in three children malnourished in epicentre of drought-hit Kenya - UN
Half of Kenya is in crisis with large numbers of people on the move, particularly nomadic pastoralists in the north
No famine in Yemen but over half on the brink -U.N.-backed report
Yemen is one of four current famine or near-famine situations, along with South Sudan, northeast Nigeria and Somalia, with more than 20 million people at risk of starvation in the next six months
No famine declared in Yemen, but 60 percent on the brink -U.N.-backed report
YEMEN-SECURITY/FAMINE (URGENT):No famine declared in Yemen, but 60 percent on the brink -U.N.-backed report
Yemen needs urgent assistance to prevent famine
Twenty of the country's 22 governorates are in ‘emergency' or ‘crisis' food insecurity phases and almost two-thirds of the population are now facing hunger and urgently require life and livelihood-saving assistance. Without additional humanitarian and livelihoods support, Taiz and Al Hudaydah, two governorates accounting for almost a quarter of Yemen's population, risk slipping into famine.