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The Melbourne Street to Home program gave Kevin Hayes a chance to start off anew. Photo: Eddie Jim A row is looming between the Victorian and federal governments over tens of millions of dollars in homelessness funding, with welfare groups warning of
The world must increase its food production by 60 percent by mid-century or risk serious food shortages that could bring social unrest and civil wars, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said on Monday. Demand for food will rise rapidly
Fiji Red Cross Society on Vanua Levu had the opportunity to gain extra knowledge and skills in disaster preparedness during a workshop at the weekend. The volunteers, 26 of whom were from the Seaqaqa branch and 44 from the Labasa branch, were part of
March 9 Kansas City police are investigating after a homeless man was found beaten and incoherent Saturday night near 9th Street and Highland Avenue. More News The victim appeared intoxicated when officers found him near the intersection about 10 p.m.
People of drought-hit Tharparkar have started migration towards other cities, Geo News reported. According to details, hundreds of villages have been vacated by the people as starvation forced them to migrate from the area. Malnutrition has
Homeless people living in Abbotsford, B.C., are taking the city to court, alleging bylaws and tactics used to harass them breach their charter rights...Larkin of the Pivot Legal Society says the lawsuit has been filed in B.C. Supreme Court in New
Geneva United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator Valerie Amos is calling for urgent action to prevent further bloodshed in the Central African Republic. Amos says the total breakdown of the state is having grave consequences throughout the region...
Sudanese refugees in neighboring South Sudan are facing a severe food shortage. The agency is helping to care for 130,000 refugees from Sudan's embattled Blue Nile State. They are living across the border in South Sudan, in camps in Maban County of
It's not uncommon to see homeless people in the subways, especially during the winter, but at one station in Queens, straphangers say the numbers are overwhelming, and they want something done...While many straphangers are heading to work in the
Media playback is unsupported on your device Afghanistan: 'Half of children' suffering malnutrition 5 March 2014 Last updated at 23:07 GMT Half of all children under five in Afghanistan are suffering from the effects of malnutrition, according to