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Bread for the World President, the Rev David Beckmann, addressed faith activists and delegates yesterday at the Democratic National Convention on the importance of ending hunger.
The start of the school holidays should be a happy time for children, but in too many cases the anticipation of leisurely sunny days and fun activities has been replaced by worry and anxiety.
The #stillhungry report published today by the West Cheshire Foodbank, demonstrates the persistence of hunger in 21st century Britain, where one in three people receiving emergency food is a child.
Pan-African women of faith from Africa and the African diaspora have in a spiritual pilgrimage deliberated on issues affecting women’s empowerment and the importance of lifting their voices and votes to end hunger and poverty.
Faith communities throughout the land, because of their work with people in need, are only too aware of the devastating impact of benefit sanctions on some of the poorest and most disadvantaged mem
Enough is enough. We can no longer tolerate families going hungry in the seventh wealthiest nation on the planet.
A few days ago, Giuseppina Salamone, a welfare rights adviser from Brighton, wrote
Almost three million people are predicted to face acute food shortages in Malawi in the coming months, with potentially devastating effects for vulnerable communities.
Donors attending today's Geneva pledging conference for South Sudan should address a massive funding shortfall ofmore than $1.1 billion, say humanitarian agencies.
The reason why people need to use foodbanks has been hotly debated, with government ministers and MPs blaming everything from poor budgeting to the attraction of a free lunch.
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