High in protein, vitamins and minerals, the mackerel is a welcome dietary addition for 270,000 children living in the hungry regions of Burundi.
For National Cheese Day, we're sharing the story of Isaac and Bernadette — two dairy farmers in Burundi whose story shows the importance of milk and cheese in curbing malnutrition.
Conflict-ridden Burkina Faso is one of four nations teetering on the brink of famine. The Hilton Foundation’s contribution is critical in addressing urgent hunger here.
A new report exposes the destructive impact of conflict, climate change and economic crises, now compounded by COVID-19, in driving up hunger.
The socio-economic impact of coronavirus in East Africa and the Horn could kill more people than the pandemic itself.
90 percent of Burundi's population is entirely dependent on agriculture, yet the country doesn't produce nearly enough food to feed everyone. Cutting food loss can help.
90% of the Burundian population depends on agriculture for their survival. Their daily diet —for both children and adults — consists mainly of cassava leaves and Irish potatoes.
Here are 10 facts about Burundi and hunger to help you better understand the challenges and opportunities facing the nation.
A look at what 2018 meant for the World Food Programme (WFP) and the millions of people it serves.
Burundi faces some of the most significant food security and nutrition challenges on the planet, like extreme poverty, gender inequality and political instability. These factors make Burundi the 9th worst food security crisis in the world.