Drought Resilience in Cuba

Overcoming Poverty, Violence and a 6-Hour Walk to School

“We simply believe that girls have the right to an education and deserve to have their voices heard.” - Zack Fowler, Executive Director of WISER International

Forced to Leave Their Homes Because of Climate Change

There's been a lot of news about migrant flows from Central America to the United States. Here's a look at how communities in the Dry Corridor are forced to choose: adapt to a changing climate, or leave.

Empowering Girls Across the Globe

This World Food Day 2018, we’re excited to announce the three recipients of the Fall 2018 Catherine Bertini Trust Fund Awards.

The Story of Jose

José is thriving. The Astellas USA Foundation is creating a positive impact on the lives of Salvadoran children in the short- and long-term.

What Got You Here Won’t Get You There: Hunger in Latin America

What can be done to get progress in Latin America back on track? Andy Jarvis, a data scientist at CIAT, and Chase Sova, sr. director of public policy at WFP USA weigh in.

Jose is Thriving

Read how the support of the Astellas USA Foundation is creating a positive impact on the lives of Salvadoran children.

Opinion: Investment in Food Security Is an Investment in Global Stability. Here’s Why.

WFP USA CEO Rick Leach and sr. director of public policy Chase Sova explain why unchecked food insecurity and growing poverty can produce deteriorating security and stability.

Hacking Hunger – Episode 29: A Storytellers Farewell

In her final episode as host of “Hacking Hunger,” M.J. Altman turns the mic over to three women in Guatemala, Chad and Jordan.

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.

‘I discovered a new world’ when I became a Storyteller

3 women, 3 very different stories, 1 training program—giving vulnerable young people a voice.

Cargill, USAID and WFP Join Forces To Support Farmers and Schoolchildren in Honduras

The launch of a two-year, home-grown school meals initiative will benefit more than 500 small-scale producers and over 6,000 children across the country.

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