Why Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus Matters: Addressing Hunger and Conflict in South Sudan

Photo: Terminal Dr Juba South Sudan By Cyrel San Gabriel Famine and civil war have persistently plagued South Sudan. While the international community continues to provide food, medicines, cash transfers, and livelihood programs, a long-term, strategic approach is needed to help the affected South Sudanese bounce back from such a tragedy. Humanitarian response, development, and … Continue reading Why Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus Matters: Addressing Hunger and Conflict in South Sudan

One Year Later: A Reflection on 12 Months of the Covid-19 Pandemic and Monthly MCLD calls

For the past year, MCLD has been holding monthly calls with partners and organizations around the world to discuss their responses to the Covid-19 pandemic. The calls have been a place for these organizations to collectively brainstorm solutions to problems they were facing and to build international solidarity during this crisis. To commemorate one year … Continue reading One Year Later: A Reflection on 12 Months of the Covid-19 Pandemic and Monthly MCLD calls

International Women’s Day 2021: Getting Back on Track

Featured Photo Credit: UN Women/Yijiu Yuan by Charlie Estes, Intern for The Hunger Project March 8, 2021 --  International Women’s Day is a time to take stock of where we are in our global journey toward gender equality and look forward to what’s to come. According to the World Economic Forum’s 2020 Global Gender Report, … Continue reading International Women’s Day 2021: Getting Back on Track