By Jordan Teague, Bread for the World Institute
Only the most vulnerable refugees are resettled in countries like U.S.
By Cynthia Woodside, Bread for the World Institute
Poor, uninformed policy choices can wreak havoc in people’s lives.
A weekly, year-long series on fragility and hunger rooted in themes from the 2017 Hunger Report.
By Faustine Wabwire, Bread for the World Institute
The United States has always been a global leader in development.
The nation has started to recover from the Great Recession.
The country suffers when hunger, food insecurity, and extreme poverty weaken our people, families, and communities.
By Todd Post, Bread for the World Institute
2017 Hunger Report focuses on ending hunger in challenging environments.
War is an age-old problem for humanity.
In 2015, 65.3 million people around the world were forcibly displaced.
There is good news to share on governance reform in Guatemala.