Chase Sova, senior director of public policy, explains why he's hopeful for the poorest economy in the world and how a simple, sustainable land- management strategy can yield outsized dividends for global peace and prosperity
Extreme weather events are rapidly increasing hunger and malnourishment. From hurricanes and flooding to droughts and desertification, these six stories portray the very real, very human impacts of a warming world.
Climate change isn't coming. It's already here, and it's the second leading cause of global hunger. Here are the six most effective things we can do about it.
Three UN agencies warn that 61% of the population - the highest rate ever - is projected to face crisis levels of food insecurity or worse by the end of July.
The 400-foot long bridge will connect tens of thousands of people and is key not only for humanitarian operations but is expected to boost farm-to-market access and commercial activities in the region as well.
In nearly two-thirds of countries around the world, women are more likely than men to suffer from hunger and malnourishment. Read their stories and see what WFP is doing to help them achieve equality.
Hunger does not exist in isolation. As we celebrate Earth Day, Rick Leach, WFP USA CEO, asks us to remember that the climate and hunger are interconnected.
From food aid to cash vouchers and school meals, WFP does whatever it takes to feed the world's most vulnerable and hungry people.
Safety nets protect poor and vulnerable people during times of sudden crisis. Heather Hanson, WFP USA VP of public policy, and David Lauck, AVP for hunger and livelihoods at Save the Children, discuss.
Allan Jury, VP of public policy at WFP USA, explains why food and water are inseparably linked in the fight to end global hunger.