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(see webpage) From Security To Poverty, $70K to Foodbank
  1. Expert says charities are reporting a rise in middle-class families at food banks
  2. Guererro: "It just happened so fast. It happened in a matter of -- what -- two months"
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WashPost When Handouts Keep Coming, the Food Line Never Ends
  1. The cycle of need -- always present, rarely sated, never resolved -- will continue.
  2. But what we have done instead is to continue down a road that never comes to an end. Like transportation planners who add more lanes to already clogged highways, we add more space to our food banks in the futile hope of relieving the congestion.
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WashPost Facing a Threat to Farming and Food Supply
  1. Climate change may be global in its sweep, but not all of the globe's citizens will share equally in its woes. And nowhere is that truth more evident, or more worrisome, than in its projected effects on agriculture.
  2. , on track to be the world's most populous country, could see a 40 percent decline in agricultural productivity by the 2080s as record heat waves bake its wheat-growing region, placing hundreds of millions of people at the brink of chronic hunger.
  3. some African countries, including and war-torn , are on track to suffer what amounts to complete agricultural collapse,
  4. And those estimates do not count the effects of new plant pests and diseases, which are widely expected to come with climate change and could cancel out the positive "fertilizing" effects that higher carbon dioxide levels may offer some plants.
  5. cut the amount of carbon dioxide released from the soil
  6. For the truly pessimistic, there is always the "doomsday vault," a seed bank being constructed in a Norwegian mountainside that nations around the world are stocking with every kind of seed imaginable.
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USAToday Forced To Eat Dirt Haits Poor
  1. Charlene, 16 with a one-month-old son, has come to rely on a traditional Haitian remedy for hunger pangs: cookies made of dried yellow dirt from the country's central plateau.
  2. Charlene shares a two-room house with her baby, five siblings and two unemployed parents, cookies made of dirt, salt and vegetable shortening have become a regular meal.
  3. Her baby, named Woodson, lay still across her lap, looking slightly thinner than the slim 6 pounds 3 ounces he weighed at birth.
  4. At the market in the La Salines slum, two cups of rice now sell for $0.60, up 10 cents from December and 50% from a year ago. Beans, condensed milk and fruit have gone up at a similar rate, and even the price of the edible clay has risen over the past year by almost $1.50. Dirt to make 100 cookies now costs $5, the cookie makers say.
  5. Merchants truck the dirt from the central town of Hinche to the La Salines market, a maze of tables of sweet-smelling vegetables and meat swarming with flies. Women buy the dirt, then process it into mud cookies in places such as Fort Dimanche, a nearby shanty town.
  6. Carrying buckets of dirt and water up ladders to the roof of the former prison for which the slum is named, they strain out rocks and clumps on a sheet, and stir in shortening and salt. Then they pat the mixture into mud cookies and leave them to dry under the scorching sun
  7. A reporter sampling a cookie found that it had a smooth consistency and sucked all the moisture out of the mouth as soon as it touched the tongue. For hours, an unpleasant taste of dirt lingere
  8. Marie Noel, 40, sells the cookies in a market to provide for her seven children. Her family also eats them.
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Bloomberg Famines May Occur Without Record Crops This Year, Potash Say
  1. Global grain stockpiles fell to about 53 days of supply last year, the lowest level since record-keeping began in 1960
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  1. donations thinning for the morning prayers. He knew exactly why: inflation.
  2. prices soaring for staples such as cooking oils, wheat, lentils, milk and rice across the globe,
  3. Munapar, a father of eight who lives in a makeshift camp of migrant workers, said he came to New Delhi in hopes of a better life. Instead, he has found hardship
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USAToday New breed of American emerges in need of food
  1. Neither are many of the 27.5 million Americans relying on government aid to keep food on their tables amid unemployment and rising prices. Average enrollment in the food stamps program has surpassed the record set in 1994, though the percentage of Americans on food stamps is still lower than records set in 1993-95. The numbers continue to climb.
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FoodBankCom Australian Hunger
  1. 13% of Australian adults and 15% of children live in poverty
  2. 2.4 million Australians don't have enough money to take care of basic needs such as housing, clothing and food.
  3. In Australia a million children don't get enough to eat
  4. Hunger is a largely hidden social problem and many victims suffer in silence. The victims could be a child, unemployed or elderly person in your street
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WashPost Child hunger an increasingly complex problem
  1. Three weeks before he was elected president, Barack Obama set an audacious goal: end hunger among children in the United States by 2015.
  2. Since his inauguration, Obama has seldom broached the subject
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  1. A U.S. Department of Agriculture program in Vermont, 12 other states and the District of Columbia provides reimbursements for the suppers, served at after-school programs for at-risk kids in communities where at least 50 percent of households fall below the poverty level.
  2. The number of Americans who live in food-insecure households - which at times don't have enough nutritious food - rose from 36 million people in 2007 to 49 million in 2008
  3. Nearly one in four children in the U.S. are food insecure and about one in five live in poverty
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