Actor, filmmaker and activist George Clooney helped to amplify the work of the Coalition in 2017 when more than 20 million people across Africa and the Middle East faced starvation.
Humanitarian and Victoria’s Secret model Lily Donaldson visited South Sudan in 2017 to help raise awareness about the country’s unprecedented hunger crisis.
Winds up to 124 mph and devastating rains impacted more than 1.5 million people in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.
More than half of the world’s 65 million displaced people are children who often endure long-term emotional and physical trauma.
Losing all of their animals in a drought that devastated Somalia also meant that a mother and her 10 children lost their income and their ability to buy food.
Aid agencies are struggling to adequately serve 1.2 million people in Bangladesh living in the world’s largest, most densely populated refugee camps and surrounding communities.
Only one third of people infected with Ebola survive. As the latest Ebola crisis rages in the DRC, watch how this survivor is helping others fight this deadly viral disease.
After Hurricane Dorian destroyed most of the infrastructure in High Rock on Grand Bahama Island, a temporary clinic is established by volunteers to help prevent post-hurricane diseases.
The violence of Boko Haram has forced 300,000 people to abandon their homes in southern Niger. Hunger is just one of the many wounds of war.