This is a serious question, because I am unsure of their position.
I was seeing part of a "Save the Children" infomercial and they were focusing on American families. A lot of their "clients" had very young children. I was therefore thinking that it was likely that many of the families had these kids while they were already lacking enough food.
If "Save the Children" was not actively preventing this then they were contributing to the problem. What is worse is that if they were spreading religous doctrine that birth control was wrong (even if this message was just spread in a casual way) then they deserve no support from others.
Sam Kinison said a few times that rather than offering food to the starving people, he would offer them a u-Haul so they could move to an area with food and jobs. This seems simplistic, but it is true. You see these people complaining that the soil won't allow them to grow crops so they rely on handouts and rather than go to an area with better soil, they stay there and wait for handouts.