Chronic Hunger News
New WFP leader calls South Sudan's famine 'deplorable'
New American head of World Food Program calls South Sudan's famine 'deplorable'
AP Interview: WFP chief says 600,000 kids risk famine death
AP Interview: New World Food Program chief calls on donors to step up, warns 600,000 children risk death from famine
John Quiñones' Biography
John Quiñones is the anchor of "What Would You Do one of the highest-rated newsmagazine franchises of recent years. During his 25 year tenure at ABC News, he has reported extensively for all programs and platforms and served as anchor of "Primetime." While Quiñones was covering the Chilean miners'
Famine 'not fake news': WFP head laments media's Trump focus
The former South Carolina governor who heads the U.N.'s World Food Program is lamenting how the media's focus on President Donald Trump is taking away attention from famine in Africa and the Middle East, saying: "This is not fake news, this is reality."
Somalia leader wants arms embargo lifted to fight al-Shabab
Somalia leader wants arms embargo lifted to fight al-Shabab or says war will continue 10 years
1.4M children in Somalia to suffer acute malnutrition in 2017, UNICEF says
The number of children in drought -stricken Somalia expected to suffer from acute malnutrition has surged by 50 percent since the beginning of this year, according to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). Some 1.4 million children -- more than the entire population of San Diego, California
A desperate plea for help as 4 African nations near a famine crisis
ABC's David Muir reports on the U.N. refugee agency's urgent warning that the risk of mass deaths from starvation in the Horn of Africa is growing.
Four countries are on the brink of famine
"Save the Children" delivers food and water to millions facing starvation across Africa.
A desperate plea for help as four African nations near a famine crisis
The UN Refugee Agency is issuing an urgent warning: The risk of mass deaths from starvation in the Horn of Africa is growing, making the humanitarian crisis inevitable. ABC News anchor David Muir and his team traveled with Carolyn Miles, CEO of children .htm" id="ramplink_Save the Children_"
In Minnesota, Somali community fears Trump travel ban, aid cuts will worsen plight of those at home
Rep. Ilhan Omar might not be where she is today had President Donald Trump been in office when she tried entering the United States. Born in Somalia , Omar spent four years of her childhood in a Kenyan refugee camp before eventually moving to the U.S. Now, she's the first Somali-American Muslim