WFP is expanding its school meals program in Venezuela to reach more than 110,000 students and school staff in the northwest of the country, building on a pilot program that started in July 2021 in the state of Falcón.
Over the last five years, a new report found that an estimated 378,000 people have made the arduous trek from their homes in Central America across the border into the United States.
An innovate insurance program in Guatemala, run by WFP in partnership with Aseguradora Rural, enables farmers and entrepreneurs to become more resilient to climate crises and hunger.
Fruits and vegetables that were previously thrown away are being transformed into nutritious meals in soup kitchens across Lima, Peru.
Ahead of International Daughters Day this Sunday, meet Edwymar and her daughter Kim on the first day they began receiving food from WFP.
The Colombia-Ecuador border is one of the most climate-sensitive and hungry regions in Latin America, and the Awá and Afro communities are seeing climate change unfold before their very eyes.
The earthquake rattled people who were already struggling to feed their families due to economic and climate shocks, and insecurity.
World Food Program USA has donated $250,000 to WFP to support critical earthquake relief efforts in Haiti.
WFP’s Marianela González reports from areas affected by the 7.2 magnitude quake that struck the country on August 14.
It takes four busy bees in the U.N. World Food Programme office to keep the humanitarian helicopter in the sky every day. For World Humanitarian Day, we'd like you to meet them.
To mark Nature Photography Day, we’re looking at ten stunning photographs from some of the hungriest places on earth.
All of us at WFP USA have been heartbroken by the startling images of grieving families and devastated communities coming out of Haiti following the 7.2 magnitude earthquake on Saturday.