Browsing All posts tagged under »food insecurity«

The call to strike hunger at its roots

June 19, 2012


“Someday there will be no excuse for looking back and saying why didn’t we do more, more quickly,” warned UNICEF’s director Anthony Lake as he addressed journalists in Geneva last month. Fresh back from Chad where he witnessed children dying of malnutrition, Lake was joined by the heads of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and UNHCR […]

Mali, the Tuareg and Gaddafi – the coup in context

March 26, 2012


Mali is a country I’ve long wanted to visit particularly to experience first-hand its rich culture and traditions. This random bit of information has nothing to do with the country’s coup but does explain one of the factors that motivated me to dig around a little to find out. The Pulitzer Centre has a super […]