All stories about Responding to the threat of famine
Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Yemen: From the field: An update on the threat of famine in Africa and Yemen
People in four countries—South Sudan, Somalia, Yemen and Nigeria—have been threatened by famine this year. Our team members from each location provide an update on the local crisis.
Gardens around the world August 3, 2017
Summer is a time to get outside and get your hands dirty. Here's how Mercy Corps is using gardens to strengthen families around the world.
South Sudan: 'This is the last chance we have': A report from the front lines of famine
A Q&A with Deepmala Mahla, Mercy Corps' country director for South Sudan, on the realities of famine in one of the world's poorest countries.
Nigeria: Starving children: Beyond the photos
Starving children often become the face of a hunger crisis. But behind every photo that captures the world’s attention is a picture that’s harder to see: a grueling sequence of politics, economics, war and disaster that ends, mercilessly, in a child with nothing to eat.
Afghanistan, Central African Republic, Haiti, Niger, Pakistan, Timor-Leste, Yemen: Where are the 11 hungriest countries in the world?
Hunger is a global problem that goes well beyond Africa. How many of the world's hungriest countries can you name?
Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Yemen: Famine and food insecurity: What's at stake
Our Q&A with Food Security Advisor Kate McMahon discusses what famine means, how it's impacting areas of Africa and the Middle East, and why it's critical that we meet urgent needs to prevent even greater suffering.
Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Yemen: Investing in an ounce of prevention
Humanitarian aid from the United States provides lifesaving assistance to millions of people in need around the world, yet it is in danger of dramatic cuts. Sign our petition to tell Congress to stand up for the world's most vulnerable people.
South Sudan: Tell Congress: Protect Food for Peace
For more than 60 years, the Food for Peace program, which is funded by the United States, has been a world leader in fighting global hunger. Unfortunately, President Trump’s budget eliminates the key account that funds Food for Peace. This is despite the fact that more than 795 million people in the world don't have enough food, including more than 20 million in the four countries threatened by famine: Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen.
Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Yemen: Tell Congress: Reject extreme cuts to humanitarian aid
Humanitarian aid from the United States provides lifesaving assistant to tens of millions of people in need around the world, yet it is in danger of dramatic cuts. Sign this petition to tell Congress to stand up for the world's most vulnerable people.
Quick facts: What you need to know about global hunger
The hunger cycle has millions of families in its grip. Why don't they have the food they need — and what can we do about it? See the infographics and get the key facts about global hunger.