Land grabs push thousands further into poverty
Feature Story | Sep 22, 2011
Large-scale land grabs threaten poor communities' access to food. In such deals, small-scale farmers are forced to leave their land, their homes, and their livelihoods.
Pakistan: Four days old and the roof caves in
Feature Story | Sep 21, 2011
In flood-stricken Sindh province, a displaced mother tells her story.
New life in the midst of Kenya's drought
Feature Story | Sep 16, 2011
An emergency cash transfer program helps more than 5,500 hard-hit families take control of their futures.
A message from Peru's forgotten farmers
Feature Story | Sep 09, 2011
At 15,000 feet above sea level, rural food producers battle back against climate change and poverty.
A feeding program in Somalia has helped more than 136,000 children and mothers
Feature Story | Aug 30, 2011
Supported by Oxfam, the center aims to treat acutely malnourished children and ensure they don't slip back into nutritional crisis.
Three signs of hope in Turkana
Feature Story | Aug 15, 2011
In the midst of crisis in northern Kenya, some herding communities find ways to break the cycle of drought.
In northern Ethiopia, weather insurance offers a buffer against drought
Feature Story | Aug 10, 2011
A growing number of families have signed up for weather insurance to protect their crop investments from insufficient rainfall.
Food price spikes
Feature Story | Aug 02, 2011
After decades of progress, the number of people without enough to eat has reversed course and is increasing. It could soon top one billion. That's more than one in seven people going to bed hungry. Today. In the 21st century.
Saving for Change now exceeds 500,000 members
Feature Story | Jul 27, 2011
Mali continues to lead rapid growth of innovative, savings-based microfinance program.