The Farm Bill is vital to the U.S. continuing its long legacy of leading the global fight against hunger.
At a time when 345 million people face crisis levels of hunger, school meals are a critical safety net for vulnerable children and households.
By providing women with equitable access to food, resources, decision-making and leadership opportunities, we can end gender inequality.
This International Women's Day, FAO, IFAD and WFP push to enhance rural women and girls’ digital capabilities so they can be equal contributors to our agrifood systems.
WFP USA has made a $1 million grant in support of WFP's Rapid Rural Transformation programs across southern Madagascar.
The 1 millionth ton of wheat purchased by the U.S. government for global hunger relief efforts left Vancouver, Washington on November 26. The shipment is destined for WFP’s operations in Yemen.
The world is at risk of yet another year of record hunger as the global food crisis continues to drive yet more people into worsening levels of severe hunger, warns the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP).
Each United Nations agency has a specific purpose and specialized roles. During emergencies, many come together and collaborate to provide comprehensive humanitarian assistance – including WFP.
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.
Almost a month into the current rainy season, desperately needed rains across the Horn of Africa have so far failed to materialize. If these conditions continue, the number of hungry people due to drought could spiral.
“Food is strength, and food is peace, and food is freedom, and food is a helping hand to people around the world whose good will and friendship we want."
In Rwanda, a a rural women's initiative is fostering pathways for female farmers to be leaders, decisionmakers and agents of change in their communities.