One year ago, Russia invaded Ukraine and ignited a full-scale war. Since then, the conflict has taken a devastating toll – not only on Ukrainians but on millions of people around the world.
The war in Ukraine is not taking place within a vacuum: It unleashed a wave of collateral hunger across the globe.
A WFP-charted vessel departed today from the Ukrainian Black Sea port of Yuznhy (Pivdennyi) with wheat grain destined for the agency’s humanitarian response in Yemen.
Refugees and IDPs face some of the toughest challenges imaginable in their search for stability. One of the worst is hunger.
The first shipment of Ukrainian wheat grain bound for WFP's humanitarian response left Ukraine’s Yuzhny port yesterday, marking another important milestone in getting Ukrainian grain back into global markets.
When the war broke out in Ukraine, Nina fled her home with nothing. Now, she is working as a program associate with WFP. Read her story, in her own words.
WFP's Emergency Coordinator in Ukraine Matthew Hollingworth weighs in on the war’s impacts, the challenges ahead and why this emergency is different than others he has worked in.
WFP is working with Uber Technologies Inc, a global mobility and delivery platform, to transport emergency assistance to people in need in urban areas across Ukraine through the use of a custom-built version of Uber’s platform.
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.
WFP is calling for the re-opening of the ports in the Odessa area of southern Ukraine so that food being produced in the war-torn country can flow freely to the rest of the world, before the current global hunger crisis spins out of control.
Hardly anything that happens on the battlefield stays on the battlefield. Every conflict sends its trauma and turmoil beyond places shattered by bombs. The conflict in Ukraine is no different.