Rappler's latest stories on World Food Day
Pope Francis cites the 'distorted relationship between food and nutrition' has left almost 700 million people overweight, 'victims of improper dietary habits'
Francis says love rather than pity should be placed at the heart of international development efforts, and throws his weight behind efforts in the UN to negotiate a global accord on managed, safe migration
The Council for Health and Development calls for genuine land reform, saying it is 'the most effective and efficient solution to the current food crisis in the Philippines'
What to do when a town that is the rice granary of Sorsogon is vulnerable to disasters and natural calamities?
World Food Day 2015 puts the spotlight on the connection between enhancing agriculture through social protection toward zero poverty and hunger
If all of us link our hands together genuine and lasting change is possible despite the uncertainties But the key is making the right move now
Take a look at the world s hungry population Who are they?
How important are fisherfolk and farmers in the fight against hunger in the Philippines?
How can we make sure that Filipinos get the right and healthy amount of food?
On World Food Day 2014 find out how a village s organic waste management puts healthy food on the tables of the hungry
It s World Food Day Did you know the Philippines has a pending Zero Hunger bill ?
Oxfam s country director writes about the 3 ironies in food production and consumption in the Philippines
The number of the world s hungry has gone down in recent years but still stands at 842 million people
The lack of a comprehensive national food policy is a key reason why the country experiences a high incidence of hunger
Global food prices rose by 1 4 last month after holding steady for two months as cereals meat and dairy prices climbed the UN s Food and Agriculture Organization reports