WFP Sends First Humanitarian Passenger Flight Into Tigray

The first United Nations Humanitarian Air Service passenger flight, which is managed by WFP, has touched down at Tigray’s Alula Aba Nega International Airport in Mekelle today.

Young and Gifted: Against all Odds, Refugees in Malawi Rebuild Their Lives Through Passion and Entrepreneurship

To mark World Youth Skills Day, we would like to introduce five young and gifted refugees who left their homes in the DRC and now live in the Dzaleka refugee camp.

WFP Convoy Reaches Tigray, Many More Are Vital to Meet Growing Needs

A WFP convoy of 50 trucks arrived in the Tigrayan capital of Mekelle today with 900 metric tons of food as well as other emergency supplies.

USAID and WFP: Saving Lives Together in South Sudan for 10 Years

As South Sudan marks 10 years of independence, WFP and USAID reaffirm their strategic partnership to improve the lives of millions of South Sudanese.

Displacement Crisis Driving Up Hunger Rates in Northern Mozambique as Families Flee Violence

WFP warns that without urgent funding, one of the world’s fastest-growing displacement crises in northern Mozambique risks becoming a hunger emergency.

Cameroon: Cooperatives Create Family Bonds and Foster Friendship for Displaced Women

A resilience-building initiative backed by WFP and Korea is empowering communities recovering from displacement — and enabling new friendships.

WFP Resumes Operations to Reach 2 Million People With Emergency Food Assistance in Tigray

WFP has resumed its operations in the Tigray region of Ethiopia after fighting halted the emergency response last week.

United States Government Boosts Malawi and WFP’s Efforts to Achieve Zero Hunger

A $9.5 million contribution from USAID will help WFP to provide emergency assistance to vulnerable households in Malawi.

WFP Welcomes $5.3 Million From the United States for Food Assistance for Refugees in Rwanda

A $5.3 million contribution from USAID will help WFP provide food assistance to over 104,000 Congolese and Burundian refugees in camps across Rwanda.

The Invisible Crisis: WFP Chief Appeals for the World Not to Look Away as Families Starve in Madagascar

Back-to-back droughts in Madagascar have pushed communities right to the very edge of starvation. Families are suffering and people are already dying from severe hunger.

Tired of Conflict: Internally Displaced People in Darfur Yearn for Peace and to Return Home

In honor of World Refugee Day, we're sharing the story of Yahya who fled his home because of conflict 15 years ago.

Senegal: Cow Dung Proves ‘Green Gold’ for the Women of Kolda

In the south of Senegal, communities are preserving the environment by using WFP biodigesters to convert cow dung into fertilizer and gas.

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