Food banks around the US continue giving away far more canned, packaged and fresh provisions than they did before the virus outbreak tossed millions of people out of work, forcing many to seek something to eat for the first time.
With social distancing measures put in place to address the COVID-19 global outbreak, the Ramadan spirit is expected to be different this year.
An architecture and design competition that is held every year around Christmas in Sweden draws a lot of interest.
More than half of Lebanon's population risk facing a food crisis in the aftermath of a Beirut port blast that compounded the country's many woes.
In one commendable incident, an unknown customer left behind a whopping $5,600 tip at the Souk Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar in Toledo in the US state of Ohio.
The UN barometer of world food prices has surged to a new peak, reaching its highest level since July 2011, the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) announced.
Without meaning to be unreasonably preachy, one would like to state, and in definite terms, that when there is a serious crisis all of us should jump in to deal with the impending problem. The person willing to help need not be a man worth millions because help is
A first-of-a-kind 2021 to 2025 initiative by the UAE and the USA to combat global hunger, and at least mitigate, if not completely dissipate, all the existing and yet-to-happen challenges to feed the over seven billion people all over
The One Billion Meals initiative seeks to provide vital food support to the needy in 50 countries in line with the spirit of Ramadan. As His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE