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Families are struggling to eat in the Sahel.

Tahya Wellet Etawantaw, 30, and her husband are struggling to feed their five daughters even one meal a day in Tin'Akoff village, Burkina Faso.  Photo: Christian Aid

Deepening food crisis brings despair
To an estimated 12 million people in the West African region of the Sahel, chronic food scarcity is the norm. But now they fear famine is imminent.

Free workshops guide disaster-recovery efforts
Disaster-recovery expert Bryan Crousore is leading one-day workshops April 16 - 19 for tornado-stricken Kentucky communities, teaching participants how to identify needs and find resources to meet them.

Save Farm Bill food aid funding, reform U.S. policies
CWS and an interfaith coalition are calling on lawmakers in Washington to change U.S. food aid policies to lower costs, deliver disaster aid faster and better help hungry people break out of poverty.


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