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Record hunger in Philippines as virus restrictions bite
Daniel Auminto lost his job and then his home when the coronavirus pandemic sent the Philippines into lockdown. Now he and his family live on the street, relying on food handouts to survive.
Pandemic sends hunger rising in US, and children bear the brunt
Before the pandemic closed her middle school and US immigration agents deported her father to El Salvador, Kimberly Orellana did not fear going hungry.
Hormone that switches off hunger may help treat obesity, study says
The hormone lipocalin-2, found naturally in humans and mice, could potentially treat obesity, a new study found.
The other way COVID will kill: Hunger
Long before the pandemic swept into her village in the rugged southeast of Afghanistan, Halima Bibi knew the gnawing fear of hunger. It was an omnipresent force, an unrelenting source of anxiety as she struggled to nourish her four children.
Hunger threatening to kill more people than COVID this year
The world is hurtling toward an unprecedented hunger crisis. As many as 132 million more people than previously projected could go hungry in 2020, and this year's gain may be more than triple any increase this century.
Over three million face hunger in Burkina Faso: UN
More than three million people face hunger in Burkina Faso, a drought-stricken West African country plagued by terrorists’ violence, United Nations agencies said.
Migrant children face hunger over free school meal restrictions in UK
Thousands of children from migrant families are at risk of hunger when schools reopen in the UK unless the free meal provision is extended, according to a group of 60 organizations.
UN warns of alarming rise of hunger in war-torn Yemen
Acute food insecurity is forecast to rise sharply in war-ravaged Yemen over a combination of factors exacerbated by the coronavirus, a report by several UN agencies said Wednesday.
Syria harvest boom brings hope as hunger spikes
Watching a combine harvester grind through his golden wheat, farmer Yahya Mahmoud is relieved the yield looks good this year, even as a tanking economy leaves millions hungry across war-torn Syria.
FAO warns multiple impact of COVID-19:  Desert locusts will fuel hunger in Asia, Pacific
While the world fights to slow the spread of COVID-19, the worst pandemic experienced in a century, countries in South and Southwest Asia are simultaneously responding to plagues of pests which threaten to worsen hunger and the livelihoods of millions of people, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) warned on Saturday.
More than 7m Afghan children risk hunger: Report
More than seven million children in Afghanistan are at risk of hunger as food prices soar due to the coronavirus pandemic, a report warned.
Hunger would grow in US under new Trump food stamp rules
The Trump administration’s new policy to strip 3.7 million people of their nutrition benefits will deepen the crisis of hunger in America with some states being deeply affected.
FAO: 3m undernourished people in Asia-Pacific need to be lifted out of hunger every single month
FAO warns on the state of malnutrition across the world’s hungriest region and call for nutrition to be placed at the heart of social protection programs.
UN: Nearly a half-billion in Asia-Pacific still going hungry
Nearly a half-billion people in the Asia-Pacific are still malnourished and eliminating hunger by 2030 requires that millions escape food insecurity each month, according to a report released on Wednesday by UN agencies.

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