Some 800,000 people will require food aid in Niger in the coming months despite a good harvest last year due to problems supplying cereals to markets, which have pushed up prices, and an influx of
More than four million South Sudanese, a third of the African country’s population, may go hungry at some point in 2013 despite a higher harvest last year, the United Nations said on Friday.
Developing countries are bracing themselves for the worst effects of rising corn, soy and wheat prices on their poorest people.
More than 10 percent of Malawi's inhabitants will need food aid over the next few months following massive crop failure in the south, a report said Monday.
This publication presents a visual synthesis of the major trends and factors shaping the global food and agricultural landscape and their interplay with broader environmental, social and economic dimensions.
Famine is over in war-torn Somalia but the problems are not: Haweyo Ibrahim survives on meagre food aid handouts rather than return to her village, controlled by Shebab rebels who killed her husban
Conflict, population displacement and high food prices mean millions of people in South Sudan face hunger this year, two U.N. food agencies said on Wednesday.
World Food Programme (WFP) is facing a critical shortfall of $109 million for floods operation in Sindh and Balochistan, WFP spokesman Amjad Jamal told APP on Friday.
South Korea and the United States are adamant that there will be no food relief for crisis-hit North Korea until it guarantees that all aid will reach the most needy and there is an improvement in
Food commodity prices are likely to stay high and volatile during the next few years because of rising demand, more frequent extreme weather and the biofuel industry, according to a report from the
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