Nutritious food is essential not only for a child’s healthy growth, but for their academic performance as well. For impoverished families around the world, school meals help keep children in the classroom rather than working at home or entering early marriages. Children can then continue their education and secure a future for themselves, their families and communities.
USAID provided 4,700 metric tons of soya beans and corn to Sri Lanka to support the continuation of the Thriposha fortified food program.
At a time when 345 million people face crisis levels of hunger, school meals are a critical safety net for vulnerable children and households.
When you buy a symbolic gift from the Marketplace, you help deliver lifesaving food and aid to people facing the most extreme forms of hunger imaginable.
The world faces the largest global food crisis in modern history. That's why these six Zero Hunger solutions are more important than ever.
Since the start of the year, 9 million more people have slipped into severe hunger across Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia – leaving 22 million people struggling to find enough food to eat.
This a significant moment in Sri Lanka’s history. The country is currently experiencing its worst economic crisis since 1948.
Representatives Jim McGovern and Tracey Mann introduced H. Res. 1156 commemorating the 20-year anniversary of the McGovern-Dole International Food for Education Program, a unique program leveraging the strength of American farmers to fight childhood hunger worldwide.
In Somalia, the risk of famine looms larger than ever due to a historic fourth consecutive failed rainy season, skyrocketing prices and an underfunded humanitarian response.
For International Day of Education, we sat down with our President and CEO Barron Segar to get an inside look at the importance of school meals and how the world’s largest humanitarian organization is supporting millions of schoolchildren.
Pasteur's discovery revolutionized the food safety industry, extending the shelf life of foods and drinks kept in your refrigerator today.