Rising food prices haven’t swayed most consumers, but low-income families still look to food pantries for help
Several nonprofits are working to rescue nutritious food to distribute as the need grows in Georgia.
A study found that giving direct food support to women and girls in sub-Saharan Africa cut their risk of contracting HIV by 64%, because it alleviated the pressure to engage in high-risk sex.
Children had more access to food in 2021 compared to the previous year. But for other groups such as the elderly and women living alone, food insecurity was on the rise, according to the U.S.
The first White House conference on hunger, nutrition and health since 1969 is happening in late September. Some are worried the administration won't be able to meet the high bar that conference set.
Since the Taliban came to power, food insecurity has risen. Women in blue burqas sit in front of the city's upscale bakeries, silently waiting for charitable passersby to purchase bread for them.
Georgians who rely on food stamps are set to see a steep decrease in the amount of money they receive each month starting in June. That’s because increased food stamp amounts were tied to Georgia’s COVID emergency.
The pandemic has made it hard for millions of people to put food on their table. But some of them still try to be as generous as they can when they see someone else in need.
The appearance of the popular boy band from South Korea is one of many unexpected moments at the U.N. General Assembly — everything from a U.N. TikTok to a groundbreaking food summit.
Early data shows that after the child tax credit payments started going out this summer, the number of households with children who experience food insufficiency dropped.
LGBTQ Americans in a new Census survey reported higher rates of food and economic insecurity, indicating the community is experiencing a particularly heavy financial toll from the pandemic.
Rep. Sanford Bishop, an Albany Democrat and chair of the Agriculture, Rural Development and FDA Subcommittee, raised concerns about food insecurity, which has been exacerbated due to the pandemic.
Some sectors are thriving, while others continue to struggle, putting different people in vastly different situations. NPR is following four people who will help illustrate the arc of the recovery.
A new report describes a region where hunger and malnutrition are sharply increasing — and only likely to get worse as COVID-19 pushes more people into poverty.
When Xiomy De la Cruz saw her neighbors losing their jobs during the pandemic, she decided to help feed them. Many were unable to access government benefits because of their immigration status.