The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically increased global malnutrition.
Before the Food Systems Summit, thousands of dialogues enabled stakeholders around the globe to communicate their priorities.
Political leaders are increasingly aware that current food systems are unsustainable. What is more difficult is making changes.
Malnutrition is responsible for nearly half of all preventable deaths among children under age five.
There has been outrage and deep concern about the horrific images of Haitians treated inhumanely at the U.S. border.
Bangladesh is making progress on reducing the damage from cyclones through efforts rooted in local conditions and priorities.
Climate change worsens destruction from earthquakes in Haiti, yet Haitians contribute very little to greenhouse gas emissions.
Despite the global pandemic, the world could end hunger at a cost of $1 for every $321 of its GDP.
SDRs are essentially a line of credit that the IMF offers its member countries.
More than a million people are in need of humanitarian assistance, particularly access to food, clean water, and shelter.
The Child Tax Credit expansion is part of the U.S. government response to protect the most vulnerable during the pandemic.
The UN General Assembly has adopted a resolution that supports a Permanent Forum on People of African Descent.
We lament this situation and we long for your peace and your presence.
More than 18 million people are currently in need of humanitarian assistance, including 10 million children.
Tens of millions of children are agricultural laborers. They are certainly part of food systems, but they have no voice.
Nourish the Future could be a vital part of global efforts to ensure that each child has sufficient nutritious food.
These monthly payments will help reduce child poverty by nearly half and advance racial equity significantly.
Change takes perseverance and is not always an easy journey.
My time at Bread has made me optimistic because I see the dedication of staff and members to influence Congress.
Black August marks the fierce urgency for liberation.
Bread for the World is an advocate for black freedom from hunger, past and present.
The global pandemic pushed as many as 161 million additional people into hunger in 2020.
The Sustainable Development Goals can guide the process of building stronger, more inclusive food systems.
Generational racial discrimination has made it essential for Black farmers to advocate for equity in U.S. agriculture.
"It’s been one of the most challenging years of my life."
Hundreds logged on to attend Bread’s second-ever Virtual Advocacy Summit to do their part to end hunger.
Bread for the World receives $5,000 donation from the religious order.
The pandemic has uncovered the inequalities inherent in current systems around the globe.
Past board member remembered as a tireless anti-hunger and social justice (including racial justice) activist.
Reconstruction was a time of investment in land and food production to benefit formerly enslaved African-descended people.