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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.

Ann Nallo


South Sudan: Winning the Final Stretch

With the rainy season set to end later this month, the World Food Programme (WFP) is doing whatever it takes to maximize its lifesaving impact.

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WFP/Owen Davies

The Baggari Breakthrough: Reaching the Unreachable in South Sudan

When violence cut off 28,000 people from lifesaving assistance back in June, the alarm bells went off. A wall of insecurity in the Baggari region of South Sudan had made…


Syria: All Eyes on Idlib

The United Nations is warning of a potential “humanitarian catastrophe” in the last major rebel stronghold in the Syrian civil war involving tens of thousands of civilians.

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From Oregon to Yemen: A Ship of Hope Sets Off

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…

Ann Nallo

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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: High-Energy Biscuits

Since 2017, school meals have given Rohingya children a critical source of nutrition and a life-changing opportunity to continue their education after fleeing violence.

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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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Hunger and Hope in Yemen

In July 2018, a World Food Programme (WFP) communications team found their way inside Yemen to document the hunger crisis in areas that rarely see the light of day. They captured photos…

Thousands of people, mainly women and children, gather in the arid land of Nguigimi, Niger after fleeing Boko Haram violence in Nigeria.
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A Snapshot of Life in the African Sahel

In a strip of land just below the Sahara desert that stretches across the African continent, the stakes for rain and peace are high. Rains only come once a year…

Ann Nallo

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