WFP urgently needs your support to continue its lifesaving operations across the region.
When conflict erupts or natural disaster strikes, WFP is there. It feeds families on the front lines of our planet’s most dangerous and complicated emergencies.
CYCLONE IDAI: Massive cyclone hits Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi
Tropical Cyclone Idai has destroyed homes, schools, businesses and essential infrastructure, leaving over 1.7 million people in urgent need of help.
The work is just beginning – once the floodwaters retreat, WFP will still be on the ground getting food to those who need it most. YOU can help.
Food is often the first thing people need when catastrophe strikes. Natural disasters like typhoons and droughts destroy homes and farmland, leaving entire communities homeless and hungry.
Conflict and war force families to leave everything behind, leaving them with no way to put food on the table.
That’s why WFP is one of the first humanitarian organizations on the ground to help families in crisis.
In 2017, 489 million hungry people lived in countries at war, and 80 percent of WFP resources were dedicated to serving conflict zones.
WFP operates the largest humanitarian transport network in the world. At any given time, 5,000 trucks, 92 aircraft and 20 ships are delivering food across the globe.
WFP delivers lifesaving emergency relief and coordinates on-the-ground logistics operations. From telecommunications systems to bridges and roads, WFP goes to the planet’s most dangerous and difficult-to-reach places.
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