It's remarkable what young ones can do with so little - especially when they're living on the frontlines of war and hunger.
Meet Nenad Grkovic, a former United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) beneficiary during a civil war who later dedicated his career to saving and changing lives through innovative logistics solutions.
Technology is changing the future of work, and there’s no reason refugees should be left behind in the process. Enter EMPACT.
This fresh support from USAID comes at a crucial time when COVID-19 and disrupted food access is harming already vulnerable Iraqi families.
The $6.25 million will help provide food to nearly 80,000 internally displaced Iraqis and 22,000 Syrian refugees, whose needs have grown as a result of the global pandemic.
WFP is scaling up its work in Iraq to help refugees affected by the pandemic.
The sheer scale and complexity of the challenges in Africa and other regions will stretch the resources and capacity of WFP and other agencies to the limit.
WFP and UNICEF designed the simple yet innovative Integrated Rapid Response Mechanism (RRM) to deliver urgently needed supplies to families in hard-to-reach areas.
On the front lines of war and hunger in Iraq, the military offensive to reclaim the city of Mosul from ISIS has caused tens of thousands of families to flee. Hear one aid worker’s account of how this displacement has led to an unlikely reunion with loved ones -- and food -- after years of separation and hunger.
We talk to a WFP communications officer on the front lines of conflict in Iraq.
The security situation in Iraq remains unstable alongside significant challenges – including political and economic uncertainty, social unrest due to unemployment, eroded public services and persistent low standards of living.