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Children are now thriving in today’s lush green landscape of Antsokia, which was one of the hardest-hit areas 30 years ago, where an estimated 1 million people were affected by famine in Ethiopia.
Somalia is on the brink of famine again, as the world celebrates World Food Day.
A new report to be presented on World Food Day (16 October) challenges conventional thinking on food assistance — it’s not just about distributing food packages — and gives new ideas to feed the hundreds of millions of children who go to bed hungry each night.
This FAQ sheet accompanies World Vision's presentation of a new report, Telling Our Stories: Leveraging food assistance for a hunger-free world (PDF) at a World Food Day event at the European Parliament in Brussels.
South Sudan’s food insecurity crisis hasn’t worsened to the point of famine, but the threat still looms large with meager crops potentially only delaying life-threatening hunger.
A group of leading aid agencies, including World Vision, warned today that parts of South Sudan — already the world’s worse food crisis — could fall into famine early next year if the nine-month long conflict escalates as expected.