After billions of dollars in aid spent to help Haiti 'build back better' from its devastating earthquake on Jan. 12, 2010, hundreds of thousands are still without homes.
International Women's Day celebrates the lives and achievements of women. Today, Food Tank is honoring a group of women who are working to end poverty and hunger around the world.
Rice demand is growing and climate change threatens this important food source. But a system of intensified cultivation may boost yields dramatically without the need for more expensive hybrid seeds, chemical fertilizers, and pesticides.
Known as mobile money, electronic currency can be stored on a mobile phone and then converted into cash to help those in need, such as victims of a disaster.
In Jerusalem, kids enjoyed snowball fights but for Syrian refugees across the region, the main fight was staying warm.
The Syrians running the Amman marathon were accompanied by Jordanians in a show of solidarity that underscored their resilience.
Syrian refugee Saly Emad el-Moullen left her life behind in Syria, but working with children in Zaatari camp has helped her build a new one in Jordan.
In Syria, the US has been able to deliver food aid using a flexible approach to needs on the ground. Yet such flexibility is the exception in US aid. President Obama's proposed reforms would allow for more efficient practices, such as using local food supplies.