In spite of decades of dedicated effort
and billions of dollars in aid, hunger still stalks the world. Why is hunger
so entrenched? And what is the Movement doing about it?
On a hot day in the remote Malawian village
of Chimpholi, more than 100 children at a day-care centre are ready for
lunch. One by one they collect a plate containing a handful of porridge.
Sitting under a tree, Yohane Chabwera,
6, is worried. It is the orphan's first meal of the day and most likely
his last. "I didn't have enough - Iam still hungry," he says in a faint
A drought has left more than one-third