First Humanitarian Flight to Kabul Since Taliban Takeover Marks Turning Point in Crisis

UNHAS has resumed flights to Kabul, enabling humanitarian responders and much-needed relief items to reach desperate Afghans in multiple locations across the country.

Afghanistan: WFP Remains Standing – a Fortress Against Hunger

Just like the Citadel of Herat, the U.N. World Food Programme remains standing — a fortress against hunger. We will stand with the Afghan people, for however long they will need us.

Afghanistan: WFP Continues to Deliver as Winter and Humanitarian Crisis Loom

We have only a few short weeks to secure the necessary funding and get food in place before mountain passes are blocked by snow

Statement from World Food Program USA President and CEO on Afghanistan

Through our commitment to Afghanistan, we will do everything we can to reach vulnerable families in their time of great need.

A Force of Nature: Hunger and Climate Crises in Ten Photographs From Around the Globe

To mark Nature Photography Day, we’re looking at ten stunning photographs from some of the hungriest places on earth.

Afghanistan: WFP Committed to Averting Humanitarian Crisis as One in Three People go Hungry

WFP remains dedicated to maintaining humanity, impartiality, neutrality and operational independence as it seeks to serve the people of Afghanistan.

For International Literacy Day, Meet Fatema: A Schoolgirl in Bangladesh Reading Her Way to Success

Thanks to school meals and remote learning resources, students like Fatema can continue to learn and grow at home while schools remain closed in Bangladesh.

Once Indentured Servants, Former Kamlari Women Take Charge of Their Futures

After years of working in a centuries-old system of slavery, these women are building better lives for their families.

Funding Gaps Hamper WFP’s Lifesaving Operations as Hunger Deepens in Myanmar

WFP warned today that its lifesaving operations in Myanmar are being held back by a major funding shortfall, with over 70 percent of its funding needs over the coming six months still unmet.

In the Words of This Little Girl, A Warm Meal and ‘Magic Sprinkles’ Make Learning Possible

A top student with dreams of becoming a doctor, Rani was already defying gender and cultural norms at a very young age. Meals and 'magic sprinkles' made it possible.

Breastfeeding in Emergencies: The Struggles of New Mothers in the World’s Largest Refugee Camp

In episode 33 of the Hacking Hunger podcast, we highlight the challenges faced by pregnant mothers, new moms and young children in this pop-up city.

For International Plastic Bag Free Day, Meet the Rohingya Refugees Upcycling Packaging and Hope

Through a upcycling centers in Bangladesh, Rohingya refuges are transforming packaging waste into useful products.

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