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.
This generous new grant will support pilot programs to improve the nutritional quality of meals, including school "nutri-gardens" that will help kids learn about gardening.
An ATM that dispenses food, a simple moisture meter, and an air-tight bag: these seemingly simple innovations could be game-changers for disrupting hunger around the world.
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.
This World Food Day, World Food Program USA is proud to announce two new grantees for the Catherine Bertini Trust Fund for Girls’ Education.
Recently returned from India, WFP Development Director Torrey Shallcross recalls her meaningful experience visiting a school that receives WFP meals.
Learn how WFP USA is working with General Mills to reduce childhood malnutrition in India through school meals – one of the most effective ways to ensure children have a healthy start to life.
Claudine Galloway, General Mills corporate communications manager, explains how General Mills is partnering with WFP to enhance the nutrition of school meals in India.
The General Mills Foundation recently announced a continuation of support of its malnutrition prevention efforts through nutritional fortification in India’s mid-day school meals program.
The second most populous country in the world, India has enjoyed steady economic growth but high levels of poverty, food insecurity and malnutrition persist. India is home to a quarter of all undernourished people worldwide, so it's a key to tackling hunger on a global scale. That's why WFP is on the ground, working to support India's quest for self-sufficient food systems.