WFP USA has made a $1 million grant in support of WFP's Rapid Rural Transformation programs across southern Madagascar.
Here are seven stories of mothers who are protecting, caring for and feeding their families. Each simply wants their children to live in safety with access to good food and education.
For International Girls in ICT Day, meet Volana Rarivoson: a communications assistant for the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in Madagascar.
The United Nations World Food Programme is working with partner Michael Kors to ensure children in Madagascar stay in school and receive the nutrition they need to thrive.
Tropical Cyclone Emnati, which made landfall in Madagascar on Wednesday, threatens food security and is an example of how weather extremes will trigger runaway humanitarian needs if we do not tackle the climate crisis.
WFP is working round the clock to provide logistics support and ensure food and essentials reach those whose lives have been turned upside down by the cyclone.
Cyclone Batsirai made landfall on the central-eastern coast of Madagascar on Saturday, February 5. Hours after the storm hit, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), was on the ground providing emergency assistance.
Lives, livelihoods, and harvest at risk as Tropical Cyclone Batsirai on course to hit Madagascar, already reeling from the impact of Storm Ana that hit in late January, the United Nations World Food Programme warned today. The cyclone is also expected to bring heavy rains to Mozambique.
Restoring ecosystems as natural shields against the effects of extreme weather is one of the best ways to protect both people and planet. In Madagascar, WFP is using plants to combat the dunes burying entire villages in sand.
Here at World Food Program USA, we were blown away by the immediate show of support for the innocent people of Madagascar who are bearing the brunt of our climate crisis.
As climate talks get underway in Glasgow, families in southern Madagascar, where climate is driving famine-like conditions, brace themselves for yet another harsh year ahead.
Hundreds of thousands of lives are at risk in southern Madagascar, the only place in the world right now where catastrophic levels of hunger are being driven by climate not conflict.