Hunger grips North Korea
- Where hunger is a constant companion. Abrams, I.S. // Current Health 2;Nov88, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p28
Discusses hunger and malnutrition around the world. Desertification, loss of productivity of the land, is the most pervasive problem. Experiments; Attempts to reverse desertification.
- Working to combat hunger on the USA. Kaitschuck, Gail K. // Current Health 2;Dec92, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p22
Discusses the problem of hunger in the United States. Suggests ways that young people can volunteer time or donate food to feed the hungry. Economic problems faced by the working poor; Stretching food dollars; How to organize a food drive, talk to local food companies and restaurants about...
- Hunger in the USA--and what you can do. // Current Health 1;Dec92, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p12
Discusses the reasons why 29 million Americans can't buy enough food each month to feed their families. Explains how individuals can help to alleviate hunger in the United States. The working poor, who face high housing costs in urban areas, or who often have no health insurance; Welfare; How...
- If feeding people is your business, help put an end to hunger at home. Van Warner, Rick // Nation's Restaurant News;5/20/96, Vol. 30 Issue 20, p31
Editorial. Comments that there are more than 20 million Americans suffering from hunger. Children as hardest hit by hunger; Odds against hungry children succeeding in school; Involvement of foodservice in the fight against hunger.
- Rethinking hunger in America. // Christian Century;1/21/87, Vol. 104 Issue 2, p51
That hunger has become a fixture in one of the wealthiest countries on earth is one of our greatest challenges, writes Nancy Amiedi, and doing something about it means changing the way we think about our responsibilities. It's time to stop asking for more soup kitchens and call ourselves and...
- Hunger in America. // Newsweek;1/23/84, Vol. 103 Issue 4, p22
A Presidential task force, after a 4-month study, finds the subject elusive. The study cost $320,000, and resulted in nailing down the definition of hunger.
- Can the world feed itself without chemicals? Bequette, France // UNESCO Courier;Apr93, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p25
Asserts that world hunger is a scandal that cannot be tolerated, and that while there is enough food in the world for everyone, the problem is one of inequitable access. Satistics from the International Conference on Nutrition, sponsored by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization...
- A growing hunger. // Scholastic Update;11/6/92, Vol. 125 Issue 5, p2
Presents an overview of a `Scholastic Update' issue on world hunger. Key hunger spots in the world; Questions as to why people are hungry in an ever-richer and more technologically-advanced world; What to do about hunger.
- A world of want. // Scholastic Update;11/6/92, Vol. 125 Issue 5, p4
Features a map of the world showing all the countries where there is chronic hunger, risk of famine and actual famine. How the categories were defined; Why some nations were not included.
- Hunger in the land of plenty. // Scholastic Update;11/6/92, Vol. 125 Issue 5, p14
Studies the growing problem of hunger in the United States despite the nation's ability to produce more food per person than any other country in the world. Statistics about hunger in the US; Causes of hunger, mostly linked to poverty; Impact on children.