Time is running out in Yemen, and we urgently need YOUR help to send more food today.
After the devastating blast hit Beirut, Lebanese families are even more desperate for a safety net. We're stepping in to help them get through each month with e-cards.
The campaign was launched less than two weeks ago, exceeding $1 million in just ten days. The funds will go immediately to help the victims of the Beirut explosion.
When kids living through war and displacement drop out of school, that often means missing the school meals that might be their only real source of nutrition. Here are a few bite-sized solutions.
We're scaling up rapidly to reach 1 million people across the country - including thousands of Beirut families devastated by the blast.
World Food Program USA stands by the Lebanese people during this challenging time and is committed to supporting their immediate needs and long-term recovery.
This urgent fundraiser - kicked off with a $250,000 donation from Sal & Rima Slaiby - will support the Lebanese Red Cross, the United Nations World Food Programme and Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon.
We are extremely saddened by the immense devastation and loss caused by an explosion at the Port of Beirut in Lebanon. The Lebanese people need our support now more than ever.
Lebanon imports nearly 85% of its food. The severe damage to the Port of Beirut – the largest in the country – will push food prices beyond the reach of many.
What does malnutrition do to the body of a young child? The effects are devastating, with lifelong consequences for children and their communities. Here are seven of their stories.
Today's analysis "is truly heart-breaking": More than 1 million more people in the southern areas of Yemen will face severe hunger by the end of this year.
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.
Countries across Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, the Middle East and Asia could be crushed under the weight of famine during the pandemic. Here's what WFP wants to do to help.