The database is being launched in Bangladesh, where the country has been hit by a massive food shortage due to drought.
According to the World Food Programme, more than 40 million people have been displaced from their homes since the start of the year due to the monsoon rains.
People are still being affected by the floods and the government is trying to help them with food donations.
According of a news report by a Bangladeshi website, the database will be rolled out over a period of two weeks to allow people to find the stories they need to know.
The site said that the database is a project of the Bangladesh Food Research Foundation (BFRF), a charitable organisation which has partnered with a local NGO to collect stories from Bangladeshis.
It said the website is in the process of collecting the stories from the people of the country, with the goal of helping them cope with the ongoing crisis.