In 2012, Carleton University student Jonathan Courtney had a simple idea that would make it easy for his peers to make a big impact on hunger. Less than three years later, his creative idea is making a major contribution in the fight against hunger and raising incredible awareness in the process.
01/16/2015 - 16:48
On Sunday, 26 December 2004, Jeff Taft-Dick, the country director of Sri Lanka at the time, stopped into the country office in Colombo ahead of a beach vacation with his family that they were leaving for later that day. They never made it out of town, as reports of the tsunami began to pour in, and an emergency operation was launched. Ten years later, Mr. Taft-Dick, an American now retired in Vermont, US, reflects back on the emergency response following the devastating tsunami.
12/31/2014 - 17:15
Presidents of universities around the world came together at the United Nations in New York on December 9 to publicly sign the Presidents United to Solve Hunger commitment to make food and nutrition security priorities on their campuses. Before a packed chamber of students, parents, educators and members of the hunger-fighting community, they did exactly that.
12/10/2014 - 20:49
There are 805 million hungry people in the world—you’ve likely seen this and other numbers about food security. Ending hunger is a daunting task. But as a student, you can help fight it. Encourage your university to get involved by signing the Presidents United to Solve Hunger (PUSH) commitment to make food and nutrition a priority on campus.
11/07/2014 - 21:26