Hungry Nigerian families are being plunged deeper into poverty during coronavirus. We're getting creative with our delivery solutions.
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.
The four walls (and no roof) that Osman and his family call home is a building formerly used as a toilet. It took them four days to clean out. But still, his family is comparatively lucky.
With their homes destroyed and their husbands killed, the women and children who fled Boko Haram in Nigeria, Chad and Cameroon have nowhere to turn.
Conflict is the #1 cause of hunger in the world. It uproots families, destroys economies, ruins infrastructure and brings agricultural production to a halt.
Three-hundred farmers each received eight specially-made, airtight, 110-pound bags to protect their grains from insects, rodents, mold and moisture. The results were astonishing.
The story of a wife, mother, student and a professional driver with World Food Programme in Nigeria.
Boko Haram has displaced an estimated 1.78 million within the country’s borders—80 percent are women and children.
This World Food Day 2018, we’re excited to announce the three recipients of the Fall 2018 Catherine Bertini Trust Fund Awards.
Conflict and Famine
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.
U.N. World Food Programme operations to fight emergency famine is only 46 percent funded. You can help.