World hunger photos: the stories and images of poor people’s lives


Thirty million children, far from home. Here are three of them.

by Jake Silverstein New York Times November 5, 2015
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Photo: Marianela Jarroud/IPS


Terrace farming–an ancient indigenous model for food security

by Marianela Jarroud Inter Press Service October 21, 2015
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Photo: Daniel Elkan/IRIN

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Photo: Mohammad Ibrahim/IRIN


Cattle rustlers profit from Boko Haram bonanza

by Mohammad Ibrahim IRIN News September 28, 2015
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Photo: IRIN News


Bangladeshi ‘char dwellers’ in search of higher ground

by Naimul Haq IRIN News October 27, 2014

Farming on sandbars in Bangladesh

by Nazmul Chowdhury and Nirmal Chandra Bepary Farming Matters September 2014
syria_child

Photo: Linda Davidson/Washignton Post


Refuge: Stories from the Syrian crisis

by Kevin Sullivan Washington Post December 14, 2013
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Photo: Liny Mutsaers/IPS.


I sold my sister for $300

by Annabell Van den Berghe Inter Press Service November 6, 2013
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Photo: Washington Post


In rural Honduras, the northward pull is strong

by Nick Miroff Washington Post August 5, 2013
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What is middle class in Ivory Coast?

by Tasmin Ford BBC News June 25, 2013
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Photo: Albert Oppong-Ansah/IPS


Dreams of education fly away for Ghana’s working kids

by Albert Oppong-Ansah Inter Press Service May 30, 2013
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Credit: Miguel Ángel Souza/IPS


Bolivia’s Ayoreo indians, devoured by the city

by Anna Infantas IPS December 18, 2012

Our lives: A survivors guide to hard times

by IRIN News December 2012
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Photo: Noor Ali/IRIN

india_working_child

Photo: Kevin Frayer/Associated Press


How corruption affects the poor children of India

by Sonia Faleiero New York Times September 15, 2012
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Photo: Sonia Faleiro for The New York Times


Survival without adult supervision: stark reality in rural Bihar

by Sonia Faleiero New York Times August 25, 2012
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Photo:Chamberlain/Guardian


Activists in India attempt to rescue children from being sold into slavery

by Gethin Chamberlain The Guardian (UK) August 4, 2012
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Photo: Sudarsan Raghayan/Washington Post


Will hunger crisis fuel child marriages?

by Sudarsan Raghayan Washington Post July 10, 2012

Amidst drought and famine, Niger leads West Africa in addressing crisis (video)

by Fred de Sam Lazaro PBS Newshour July 12, 2012
afgan_child_brick_worker

Photo: IRIN


Pakistan: Debt bondage or education?

by IRIN News May 23, 2012
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Photo: Jaspreet Kindra/IRIN

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Photo: Jaspreet Kindra/IRIN

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Photo: Pieter Hugo/New York Times

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Photo: Lynsey Addario/ New York Times


India asks: Should poor people have a right to food?

by Jim Yardley New York Times August 8, 2010
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Photo: Kamila Hyat/IRIN

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Photo: Lynsey Addario/New York Times


Bleak portrait of Haiti orphanages raises fears for the children

by Ginger ThompsonNew York Times February 6, 2010
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Photo: A. Mirza/ILO

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  • For the past 40 years, since its founding in 1976, the mission of World Hunger Education Service is to undertake programs, including Hunger Notes, that
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