Report Giving child care programs the ability to provide children three healthy meals per day through a reformed and expanded CACFP program would go a long way toward supporting children’s growth and development.
Report Ending U.S. childhood hunger and U.S. hunger in general is not only the right thing to do—it’s the smart thing to do to advance our national interest.
Report Report from Joel Berg explains why we need to care about child hunger and outlines strategies for eradicating it as part of a goal to cut poverty in half in 10 years.
An effective antiobesity strategy will require agencies to work together toward a common goal; Joel Berg provides recommendations for doing what works to get there.
The Senate child nutrition bill doesn’t go far enough in achieving the president’s bold goal of ending child hunger in five years, writes Joel Berg.
Report Report from Joel Berg offers recommendations for making federal food programs more effective.
Joel Berg is a Senior Fellow at American Progress. He is a nationally recognized leader in the fields of hunger and food security, national and community service, and technical assistance provision to faith-based and community organizations. He is also author of the book, All You Can Eat: How Hungry is America? The book challenges the […]