The latest World Food Program USA Statement of Impact summarizes key events from 2023. The report highlights how WFP worked to address hunger emergencies and invest in programs that build communities’ long-term food security.
A United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) dike rehabilitation project is helping families to return home and build resilience against the climate crisis.
As reported by David Muir on ABC, the people of South Sudan are suffering from historic, overlapping drought and floods caused by the climate change.
By providing women with equitable access to food, resources, decision-making and leadership opportunities, we can end gender inequality.
When you buy a symbolic gift from the Marketplace, you help deliver lifesaving food and aid to people facing the most extreme forms of hunger imaginable.
The world faces the largest global food crisis in modern history. That's why these six Zero Hunger solutions are more important than ever.
One year after a 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti, WFP continues to help communities to rebuild their lives and be better prepared for future disasters
What do severely hungry people eat for dinner? Despite the challenges around them, they carry on culinary traditions, preserve family recipes and build community with what little they have.
Improving the food security of families like Mohammed and Madina’s has contributed to peace and stability in the region, and is encouraging those who fled conflict to return to their villages.
After more than a decade of conflict, life is harder than ever for many Syrian families. 2021 saw the country's already high levels of hunger dramatically increase to a staggering 12.4 million people - the highest number ever recorded.
WFP staff in Yemen, the Central Sahel and Sudan share their thoughts on what peace would mean for families caught in the crossfires of hunger and conflict.
Kisimba’s story is hauntingly familiar across the DRC, where violence has uprooted millions from their homes. But today, some, like Kisimba, are building back their lives, partly thanks to cash provided by the U.N. World Food Programme.