WFP/Hussam Al Saleh

WFP Convoy Reaches Syrian Settlement Isolated from Aid

For the past nine months, conditions in the informal desert settlement of Rukban, Syria, have been dire. The camp is home to 50,000 Syrians who have fled violence and war…

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WFP/Edward Johnson

Rebuilding a Life in Lebanon

Hussein, a seasoned construction worker, built an oasis. It was on this rooftop in Damascus that he and his son, Mohamed, would gaze up at the night sky. One night,…

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WFP/Ahmed Basha

Hacking Hunger Episode #30: A Nation on the Brink of Famine

Guest Bio: Stephen Anderson Stephen Anderson, the World Food Programme (WFP) Country Director for Yemen, works in a country facing one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises with more than…


Dreaming Big in Idlib

Shadia’s struggles inspire her to one day become a doctor.

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WFP/Hussam Al Saleh

Peak Displacement in Syria

Halfway through the year, an alarming number of families have newly fled their homes for safety, making the World Food Programme’s (WFP) efforts to deliver food and nutrition assistance a…

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Peak Rains in Bangladesh

Halfway through the year, a nonstop effort is underway to protect hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees from the worst of the monsoon season.

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WFP/Mohammad Batah

When food and music change lives

Mustafa Alsagheer sold his most prized possession to save his daughter’s life. But as the health care bills mounted, his family’s livelihood was left hanging in the balance. This is…


Children Sleeping in Open Air

Escalating violence in southern Syria continues to displace families from their homes.

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WFP/Kaltouma Abdelaziz

Hacking Hunger Episode #29: A Storytellers Farewell

Guest Bio: Yocelin Ramírez García Yocelin lives in a village called Oscurana, Guatemala, where the nearest source of water is a 45-minute trek on foot. Guest Bio: Hamda Hamda is…

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WFP/Datto Gaas

When Refugees Rebuild Their Lives, WFP is There

Fleeing the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, Yemeni refugees are rebuilding their lives in Djibouti through food and a new sense of independence.

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