Life Without Water: Poverty & Hunger in Honduras

Maria's family invested all their money in corn crops, then watched them wither away from drought. Now they're struggling to put food on the table and praying for rain.

14 Facts Linking Climate, Disasters & Hunger

Disasters disproportionately affect the world's poorest people and communities, significantly increasing hunger, malnutrition and their exposure to risk. Here are 14 key facts on the link between disasters and hunger.

Infographic: How Extreme Weather Causes Extreme Hunger

Climate change is the second leading cause of global hunger. Click, swipe and scroll your way through our interactive infographic to see the whole story.

Innovative Insurance Cover to Help Drought-Hit Communities in Africa

These policies will deliver funds to people threatened by drought before it reaches catastrophic levels. Collectively, the purchased policies could release a total of $49.5 million across five countries.

Why Do Floods Follow Droughts? Look to Ethiopia.

Imagine waking up to a wave of water running across your floor and hearing your six children cry out in fear. This is what happened to Agan in Ethiopia when floods washed away everything she had.

Joint Statement from Heads of WHO, OCHA, UNICEF and WFP on Ebola Anniversary

The Ebola outbreak in the DRC has been declared a public health emergency of international concern. In the last year, there have been more than 2,600 confirmed cases and more than 1,800 deaths.

6 Solutions to Climate Change & Hunger

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.

WFP Provides Innovative Assistance to Flood-Affected People in North Western Bangladesh

With more than 700 rivers, Bangladesh is increasingly seeing the impact of climate change. To help, 5,000 households have now received $53 through an innovative forecast-based financing project.

How Will Families in Somalia Survive the Driest Season in 35 Years?

Ongoing drought in Somalia means families are facing severe hunger, struggling to adapt and looking for any way to continue their everyday lives.

It’s Time to Do More Than Talk About the Weather

As rising temperatures cause spikes in unpredictable weather, the world’s most vulnerable populations are hit hardest. It's time to stop talking about the weather and start doing something about it.

Climate Change Is Bad. But It’s Perfect for One Thing: Hunger

Right now, 80 percent of the world’s hungry people live in areas prone to natural disasters and extreme weather, which creates exactly the right conditions for hunger to take hold. Here are the top five ways extreme weather leads to hunger.

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