Peace talks and diplomatic progress have raised hopes of an end to the war. But has there been any progress in addressing the country's devastating degree of hunger?
The nonprofit group One Acre Fund wants smallholder farms to grow more, earn more and feed more people. The organization just won a $2.5 million award from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.
A Georgia native and finalist on this season of GPB’s The Great American Recipe is using her platform to educate on the issue of food insecurity and summer hunger. In the Atlanta Community Food Bank's Learning Kitchen, Leanna Pierre taught viewers how to recreate two of her favorite recipes and asked them to get involved in improving their communities.
Since the war began, there's been concern about getting Ukrainian grain to countries in need. A deal was struck in 2022 to keep exports flowing — but Russia put an end to it on Monday.
Food assistance advocates contend that a Georgia agency’s refusal to apply for a federal work exemption puts thousands of Georgians in danger of losing much-needed monthly payments for groceries.
Federally funded summer meal programs, like the one run by the Bibb County School District in Macon, fill the gap during for families experiencing food insecurity.
Community leaders joined Fulton County officials to open a new food pantry as prices rise and more people need help feeding their families.
Grandparents who raise grandchildren with disabilities can find aid and resources from Project GRAND, the largest kinship family services provider in metro Atlanta.
The White House is working with private companies like DoorDash and Instacart to try to make healthy food more accessible. It also named Olympic athletes to a council focused on nutrition.
Millions of people who depend on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program known as SNAP will see a cut of $90 a month or more. Some recipients say it will make it harder to buy healthy food.
You'll read about a Kenyan ice sculptor, the risks to women from food insecurity, a poignant street encounter — and goats locking horns with sheep in a changing climate.
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.