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Starting Anew in Raqqa

Syrians are returning to a liberated city in ruins. Learn what the World Food Programme (WFP) is doing to help them rebuild their lives.

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Ebola Spreading in DRC

An Ebola outbreak is threatening a country already on the brink of famine as the World Food Programme (WFP) steps up its emergency response to save lives before it’s too…

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A Life-Changing Message From Mom

"You Are The Future"

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Braving the Cold in Syria

Tens of thousands of newly displaced Syrians from Eastern Ghouta are relocating to makeshift shelters and camps that are struggling to absorb the arrival of more families in need.

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2 years. 100,000 people. 309 airdrops.

Four months. That’s how long the people in Douma, in Eastern Ghouta, Syria, went without a single delivery of food. Mothers unable to nurse their children. Families eating from trash…

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Conflict Continues to Increase Suffering in Yemen

Conflict feeds hunger. Three years of devastating conflict in Yemen has left the country crippled by hunger, poverty and disease.

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‘I feel I am living in a grave, forgotten’ 

People like Mustafa face an uncertain future trapped in Douma, Eastern Ghouta.

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1 picture. 13 bakeries. A whole lot of hope.

Today is the anniversary of the Syrian conflict. And recent news tells one tragic story—seven years of war, besieged communities like Eastern Ghouta decimated by airstrikes, children hiding in basements…

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My Glimpse of Suffering in Syria

Read this account from WFP's Country Director in Syria, Jakob Kern

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‘We Can Now Collect Food With Dignity’

Rohingya women share their stories

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