Food and hunger
Horn of Africa: El Nino and the impact of climate change
Women from Ethiopia and Somalia describe what the El Nino-driven drought means for them.
What climate change means for poor people: 4 stories
For women like Nana, Sumati, Carmen and Josiane, climate change is happening now: they have no choice but to adapt to a changing world.
El Niño: “Everything has changed”
The weather phenomenon known as El Nino has led to drought and food shortages across the world, including in Ethiopia and Papua New Guinea.
South Sudan: Malnutrition crisis in Mayom county
One in three children in Mayom county is acutely malnourished as the ongoing conflict prevents people from planting crops.
Growing humanitarian crisis in northern Mali
Thousands of families fleeing armed conflict in northern Mali are in desperate need of food and clean water.
Winter for Syrian refugees: ‘I do not want to die yet’
In the northern Jordanian city Irbid live Leila* and her grandchildren. They fled their home in Daraa Syria more than two years ago...
Marlina’s story: How your help transformed a life
I can’t stop staring at the girl sitting in front of me. I can’t help it. Today is Marlina’s 12th birthday. When I first met her in Aceh, Indonesia, after the tsunami, she was two years old, and she was dying.
"It was all burned, burned to ash": Mary’s story
Mary Mbek Anger (name changed) doesn't know exactly how old she is. With no birth certificate she can only guess. But she assumes she's around 70 give or take a few years.