In honor of World Youth Skills Day, meet a young activist who fled his home in Myanmar at the age of 16 to seek a new life.
This women's history month, Rohingya women share their stories of feeding their families under the most extreme conditions imaginable. How will history remember them?
25-year-old Aseya and her son were forced to flee their home in Myanmar because of conflict. Now they live at a refugee camp in Bangladesh and receive food assistance from WFP. Of the 821 million hungry people on the planet, 60 percent are women.
Too often we don’t hear about the people who have been affected by this crisis. Their stories and experiences must not be forgotten.
How photographs help bring the plight of the Rohingya refugees to light
WFP has provided food to the majority of people who have fled into Bangladesh over the last few weeks. Here's the latest.
What WFP Delivers: General Food Distribution