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The Profound Effect of a School Meal in Yemen

If you’ve seen the news lately, you’ve heard that the situation in Yemen is bleak. The latest official reports show that 53 percent of the population, or 16 million people,…

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The Home-Grown School Feeding programme in Malawi supports local farmers, providing school meals using local produce to almost 1 million children.
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Feeding a Nation’s Future: The Transformative Power of School Feeding Programs

How school feeding can transform the lives of children and enhance a nation’s human capital.

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A Year of Saving and Changing Lives

A look at what 2018 meant for the World Food Programme (WFP) and the millions of people it serves.

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Empowering Girls Across the Globe

This World Food Day 2018, we’re excited to announce the three recipients of the Fall 2018 Catherine Bertini Trust Fund Awards.

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Dreaming Big in Idlib

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

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WFP/Micah Albert

Back to School Supply: High-Energy Biscuits & Date Bars

In March 2018, a school meals program was restarted inside Yemen to give children new hope within the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.

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Back to School Supply: Date Bars & Milk

Since 2014, school meals inside Syria have restored a sense of normalcy for hundreds of thousands of children trapped by war.

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Changing Lives, One Step at a Time

What happens when thousands of legal all-stars and their staff harness the power of fitness to do good? A healthier, better world.

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When Refugee Children Go To School, WFP is There

For Syrian refugees, many rest easy knowing what their children will enjoy when they walk through the doors of their classrooms far away from home: a nutritious school meal.

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School Meals Success in Kenya

Thanks to WFP’s support, a school meals program in Kenya has achieved a new milestone—its own graduation.

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