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Hunger in Yemen: Explained in 5 Steps

There is nothing natural about the catastrophic levels of hunger being felt in Yemen right now. According to the latest assessment, some 20 million people would be in a state…

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WFP/Marco Frattini

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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WFP/Abeer Etefa

Yemen’s Children: Innocent Victims of Hunger and War

The world may be moving on to a new year, but in Yemen, millions are being left behind. Conflict has created a hunger crisis in the country. WFP is working…

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Of Food, Life and Death

World Food Programme (WFP) cameraman Marco Frattini, just back from Yemen, reflects on his experience documenting the world’s largest humanitarian crisis.

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WFP USA/Ann Nallo

From Oregon to Yemen: A Ship of Hope Arrives in Yemen

As peace talks stall to end the world's worst humanitarian crisis, a ship of hope—supported by U.S. wheat—tells an inspiring story about why American support for the people of Yemen…

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The Worst Hunger Crisis in a Century to Hit Yemen

Yemen has become the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. News outlets like The New York Times, BBC and CNN are reporting that Yemen is on the brink of famine – one…

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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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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…

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Dreaming Big in Idlib

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

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The Rohingya Refugee Crisis: One Year Later

More than 900,000 refugees still call Bangladesh home--one year after the majority fled escalating violence in western Myanmar.

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