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Historic U.N. Resolution Links Conflict and Hunger

One by one, the hands went up. China. France. Russia. The United Kingdom. The United States. Bolivia. Ivory Coast. Equatorial Guinea. Ethiopia. Kazakhstan. Kuwait. Netherlands. Peru. Poland. Sweden. In a…

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Protecting Rohingya Refugees, Come Rain or High Water

World Food Programme (WFP) engineers are in a race against time to create safe land in the world’s largest refugee camp where the most vulnerable will be relocated before the…

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WFP/Charlie Musoka

Pushing the Boundaries in South Sudan

By air, by river, by road. The race to stop looming famine means the World Food Programme (WFP) is leaving no stone unturned to gain access to people in need.

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WFP/Marwa Awad

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 Border Crisis in South America

The World Food Programme (WFP) is scaling up support to provide food and nutrition assistance to 350,000 Venezuelans fleeing deprivation in their home country.

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Yemen: The Invisible Children like Shahd

Yemen’s food crisis is worsening every day—making the work of WFP more important than ever.

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WFP/Peter Smerdon

Drought Deepens Hunger in Ethiopia

As the country braces for another year of meager rainfall, farmers search for food as hundreds of thousands of people from neighboring countries seek refuge from conflict within its borders.

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WFP/Shelley Thakral

Monsoon Season Threatens the Rohingya

The rain has started to fall where nearly 700,000 refugees have sought safety since last August. What happens now?

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WFP/Jakob Kern

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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