A nonprofit is cranking up production of Nourimanba, a nutritious peanut-based paste, in Haiti, where as many as 300,000 children face malnutrition.
Haiti may be over 5,000 miles away from Africa, but there are cultural, historical, and economic ties that make it more a part of Africa than the Americas, says guest blogger Ovetta Sampson.
A dancer from the Mangueira samba school performs during carnival celebrations at the Sambadrome in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2012.
Sean Penn lashes out at the deployment of a British prince to the Falklands. The UK is not amused.
Pepsico, Kraft, Cargill, Land O' Lakes, and TNT Express are among many companies that have created nonprofit divisions to help alleviate hunger in developing countries.
Haiti's Cité Soleil is the most notorious slum in the Western Hemisphere, but local residents are picking up shovels and brooms to transform their neighborhood.
In a show of corporate social responsibility, DC Comics unleashes its superheroes on the problems in the Horn of Africa