WFP/Martin Karimi

School Meals Success in Kenya

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

Ann Nallo

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Lifting Lives in Uganda With The Promise of a School Meal

How one foundation in Kentucky is nourishing the dreams of children in Uganda.

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Uniting A Global Workforce To Feed Dreams

By inspiring its employees to support school meals, Tate & Lyle is nourishing the dreams of thousands of children in need.

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Cargill, USAID and WFP Join Forces To Support Farmers and Schoolchildren in Honduras

The launch of a two-year, home-grown school meals initiative will benefit more than 500 small-scale producers and over 6,000 children across the country.

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Anna Watts

Championing Women and Girls Around the World

Meet our Spring grantees for the Catherine Bertini Trust Fund for Girls' Education

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WFP/George Fominyen

Investing in South Sudan’s Next Generation

How a daily school meal is giving children a fighting chance at life.

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Harvesting Hope: How Cargill Is Helping Farmers and Students in Indonesia

The U.S. agriculture giant is joining forces with World Food Program USA to support homegrown school meals.

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A young boy sits on the curb with his school meal bag beside him and drinks from a juice box
WFP/Edward Johnson

Meet the Children Aiming for an A+ in Nutrition

How Lebanon’s Ministry of Education is boosting awareness for an entire generation

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Joseph Kaifala

Breaking the Cycle of Illiteracy for Women and Girls

On World Food Day, World Food Program USA is proud to announce our recipients of the Fall 2017 Catherine Bertini Trust Fund awards—Caravan to Class in San Francisco, California and…

Ash Kosiewicz

Children enjoy school meals in the classroom
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How WFP School Feeding Programs Are Helping to Reduce Child Labor

As millions of children across the country head back to school this month, we’re shining a spotlight on the millions of children worldwide who are instead being made to work…

Lauren Carter

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