Refugees and IDPs face some of the toughest challenges imaginable in their search for stability. One of the worst is hunger.
For World Radio Day, we’re taking a look at how the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)-led Emergency Telecommunications Cluster is connecting internally displaced persons to family members miles away.
The people of the Central African Republic have been bearing the brunt of conflict for a decade, and food insecurity has been on the rise for the past years. Yet, never before has the food insecurity outlook been so dire.
Without urgent access to the care they need, severely malnourished children are at imminent risk of death. We must be able to safely reach all children, women and girls in need as soon as possible, particularly in the areas most affected by recent violence.
WFP never abandons hope. We're applying it in spades to roll back one of the most severe hunger catastrophes in our six decades of existence.
Information is one of the most important weapons in a pandemic. Here's how WFP tech hubs are scaling up to help.
One in nine people around the world goes to bed hungry every night. And unfortunately, hunger tends to impact the most vulnerable people on the planet—poor communities, small-scale farmers, women and children.
Intestinal worms can derail a child's entire future. We're teaming up with UNICEF to keep that from happening.