Chronic Hunger News
For Rohingya Muslim child refugees , too many losses to count
Rohingya Muslim refugee children struggle with the traumas they've lived through and the loss of their childhood
UN: Global hunger rising with conflicts, climate shocks
The number of chronically hungry people in the world is on the rise again after a decade of declines, the United Nations reported Friday, citing intensifying conflicts, floods and droughts. In an annual report on the state of food security, the U.N. said 815 million people were chronically
Time runs out for Americans in North Korea as travel ban goes into effect
For the scores of Americans who live or work in North Korea, time is up. The Trump administration’s ban on travel to the reclusive country went into effect Friday, with limited exemptions available. For the small group of U.S. citizens working on aid projects or at hospitals and universities, their
'Motivated' podcast: 'Not all carbs are evil'
Here's what endocrinologist Dr. Rekha Kumar and nutritionist Maya Feller want you to know about balancing carbs and a healthy lifestyle.
The race against time to save 20 million in Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria and Yemen from starvation
8 charity groups from U.S. band together to tackle the largest humanitarian crisis since World War II.
Charity groups unite to tackle hunger and famine in the Horn of Africa
Eight U.S.-based international relief groups have joined forces to desperately urge the public to donate to a new relief fund aimed at addressing looming famine and hunger in South Sudan , Nigeria, Yemen, Somalia and neighboring nations. "In the 21st century, innocent children should not be dying
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'
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.