Hunger

Though the world is producing more food than ever, hundreds of millions of people still go hungry. Drought, war, poor farming practices, corruption, and higher demand for both food supply and for grains to be used in biofuels are all contributing factors to famines and food shortages. Governments, nonprofits, and Christian NGOs are doing what they can to bring aid, but there is still much work to be done.

  • Hunger Isn't History Hunger Isn’t HistorySubscriber Access Only
    The world produces more food than ever. So why do nearly a billion people still not have enough to eat?
  • 'Hunger Can Be Conquered'Subscriber Access Only
    And, says former Wall Street Journal reporter Roger Thurow, churches have a crucial role to play.
  • Famine's Other Causes
    Famine Again?Subscriber Access Only
    Why some places suffer food shortages decade after decade.
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