Marlysa D. Gamblin, Bread for the World Institute
In 2015, the U.S. and 192 other countries adopted the 2030 Agenda.
Jordan Teague, Bread for the World Institute
The world is on the verge of dealing with four simultaneous famines.
Cynthia Woodside, Bread for the World Institute
People everywhere should be able to live healthy and productive lives.
Faustine Wabwire, Bread for the World Institute
Assistance to help people in hunger emergencies is more urgent today.
We should not cut maternal/child nutrition programs to pay for a wall.
One in four children in the world today has sustained such lifelong damage, known as stunting.
The damage caused by raids pose is, of course, mostly borne by the individuals and families targeted.
Deforestation destroys the world’s safest and most natural form of carbon capture.
Without a viable, healthy planet, humanity cannot survive.
By Cynthia Woodside, Bread for the World Institute
Caring for each other has been a bedrock of our country.