WFP/Saikat Mojumder

‘We Can Now Collect Food With Dignity’

Rohingya women share their stories

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WFP/George Fominyen

Investing in South Sudan’s Next Generation

How a daily school meal is giving children a fighting chance at life.

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Courtesy of Poonam and Nishkaam

Sharing A Million Meals For Love This Valentine’s Day

The California couple who inspired people across the globe to donate over 500,000 meals last year to hungry children in need is back—and they need your help.

Ash Kosiewicz

WFP/Saikat Mojumder

Empowering Refugee Women for Food Security and Nutrition

Giving Rohingya women control of food assistance cash entitlements helps them enhance their social role and feed their families better

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Handmade Toys by the World’s Most Resilient Children

See what children can do with so little—even on the front lines of war and hunger.

M.J. Altman

Courtesy of Poonam and Nishkaam

5 Donors Who Inspired Us in 2017

“We shouldn’t localize kindness,” one said. “It should be extended to all humans, even if it’s just a small action on your part.”

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A group of men pass bags of rice to one another, standing atop a giant heap of bags
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How a Bike Racer in the Philippines Saved Lives After the Strongest Cyclone Ever

“Around 6:30 to 7 a.m., the first wave of water came in,” he recalls. Daniel Crisostomo, a Filipino mountain bike racer, chokes up whenever he thinks of November 8th, 2013…

Aliya Karim

Pallets of food assistance are released out of the back of a cargo plane, camera is looking down over the landscape as they are released

How Do You Drop Food From 17,000 Feet Into a Conflict Zone?

by Hamza Abdalla, WFP Aviation Officer

Guest contributor

Joseph Kaifala

Breaking the Cycle of Illiteracy for Women and Girls

On World Food Day, World Food Program USA is proud to announce our recipients of the Fall 2017 Catherine Bertini Trust Fund awards—Caravan to Class in San Francisco, California and…

Ash Kosiewicz

Ten sets of hands reach into the center of the photo

How KindWorkers Joined Hands to Feed a “Silent Guest” in South Sudan

Earlier this month Karen Simon spoke to her Maryland synagogue in honor of Yom Kippur. “I’m hungry right now, by choice,” she said after many hours of fasting. “There are…

Aliya Karim

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