Handmade Toys by the World’s Most Resilient Children

It's remarkable what young ones can do with so little - especially when they're living on the front lines of war and hunger.

Rohingya Crisis: A Firsthand Look Into The World’s Largest Refugee Camp

Hear one aid worker's account of feeding a makeshift city of 1 million Rohingya refugees - and the new threats that loom.

United States Provides $119 Million to WFP for School Meals in Five Countries

The money will enable WFP to feed about 841,000 children, which couldn't come at a more critical time after COVID-19 closures.

The Way You Give Inspires Our Work: Seven Stories From Donors Who Help Us Save Lives

We’re celebrating World Kindness Day and National Philanthropy Day with stories of donors who’ve given from their hearts to fund WFP's work around the world.

War Devastates Kids, Communities and Countries. But It’s Great for One Thing: Hunger

Conflict – in all of its destructive forms – is the #1 reason millions of people are suffering from hunger. The scale is difficult to comprehend.

World Food Program USA Announces Fall 2020 Grantees of the Catherine Bertini Trust Fund

Her Future Coalition and Speak Up for the Poor will receive grants to expand their programs and make an even greater impact on the lives of the women and girls they serve. 

Exploited and Trafficked: Education Saves Girls in India and Bangladesh From Gender-Based Violence

This World Food Day, World Food Program USA is proud to announce two new grantees for the Catherine Bertini  Trust Fund for Girls’ Education.

How Blockchain Is Helping WFP Fight Against the Coronavirus in Bangladesh

Blockchain is helping people in the largest refugee camp in the world get quicker, easier, more straightforward access to the lifesaving assistance they need.

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.

Bars & Biscuits: How Two Hungry Little Girls Stay Nourished, and in School, With Our Help

When kids living through war and displacement drop out of school, that often means missing the school meals that might be their only real source of nutrition. Here are a few bite-sized solutions.

This Is What Extreme Hunger Looks Like Through the Eyes of Seven Small Children, Told in Photos

What does malnutrition do to the body of a young child? The effects are devastating, with lifelong consequences for children and their communities. Here are seven of their stories.

Sawyeddollah Became a Refugee at 16. He Tells His Story on World Youth Skills Day.

In honor of World Youth Skills Day, meet a young activist who fled his home in Myanmar at the age of 16 to seek a new life.

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