In honor of International Day of Peace, we're spotlighting a peacebuilding project working to ease tensions and resolve conflict in the world's largest hunger crisis.
In honor of Grandparents’ Day, here are six stories of grandparents bringing joy, comfort and strength to their families.
For International Literacy Day, meet Furaha: a farmer in the DRC who created a new life for her family thanks to literacy training through the WFP and FAO.
WFP has started providing emergency food rations to people displaced from their homes in Goma by the sudden eruption of Nyiragongo volcano.
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.
Conflict is a vicious force, and one that's pushed 88 million innocent civilians to the most extreme levels of hunger imaginable. Nearly all of them live in the same places.
One in three people in the DRC are suffering from acute hunger. This makes the central African country home to the highest number of people in urgent need of food security assistance in the world.
Conflict, displacement and disease have taken a devastating toll on the people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), pushing millions into hunger and desperation.
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.
Many people don’t realize the strong link between hunger and AIDS, but it is one of the major reasons why I became president and CEO of World Food Program USA.
Hunger is terrible, but especially cruel to children. And it's a daily reality for millions of them – a scale that’s difficult for most of us to imagine.
Conflict – in all of its destructive forms – is the #1 reason millions of people are suffering from hunger. The scale is difficult to comprehend.