To mark Nature Photography Day, we’re looking at ten stunning photographs from some of the hungriest places on earth.
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.
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.
Through a upcycling centers in Bangladesh, Rohingya refuges are transforming packaging waste into useful products.
If you haven't met Foxtrot the humanitarian pup yet, you're in for a treat. On Take Your Dog to Work Day, we're sharing pics of our pups who've turned everyday into a holiday.
Rohingya refugees are more vulnerable than at any point since 2017. Latest assessments show that 96 percent of all refugees are moderately to highly vulnerable and entirely reliant on humanitarian assistance.
Blockchain is helping people in the largest refugee camp in the world get quicker, easier, more straightforward access to the lifesaving assistance they need.
Teachers offer guidance, friendship, socialization - and in the most difficult places, even structure, comfort and food. Teachers go above and beyond - especially in countries where WFP works.
The U.N. World Food Programme is working tirelessly to assist people in need following the devastating fire outbreak that tore through four settlements in the Kutupalong Mega Camp in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh. Our frontline staff in the camps reported horrific scenes of devastation, destruction and despair.
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.
One of the bitter realities of our work is that women and girls are more likely than men and boys to suffer from hunger. So everywhere we work, closing the hunger gender gap is one of our biggest priorities.
It's remarkable what young ones can do with so little - especially when they're living on the front lines of war and hunger.