Recommit to Refugees: Why is this happening

Recommit to Refugees: Why is this happening

In continuing the blog series “Recommit to Refugees” with the knowledge of what food security is, my second blog post below will discuss what has caused the difficulty in feeding the displaced people of the world. The assistance being provided to Syrian refugees had...
Recommit to Refugees: What is Food Security?

Recommit to Refugees: What is Food Security?

Approximately two billion people in the world are suffering because their food intake is not a daily guarantee. Food security is receptive to many influences such as rapid population growth, military conflicts, climate change, corruption, political instability, and...
Achta’s Story, Hunger In Darfur Refugee Camps

Achta’s Story, Hunger In Darfur Refugee Camps

This blog was originally posted on Huffington Post on March 13, 2015. As a parent, how would it feel to put your children to sleep at night, without them having had a meal for the entire day, and not knowing where or if you would find food tomorrow? Over the last...
i-ACT20 Day 8: Not Enough at All

i-ACT20 Day 8: Not Enough at All

Hunger By Sara-Christine Dallain “Yes, to answer your question, we are hungry. We are always hungry,” was the response of two women I spoke with today. I was asking some questions about their cooking methods and the food situation of their household. When I...