With malnutrition rates spiraling and children forced to beg to help their families eat, urgent action is needed to prevent a crisis.
The ‘lean’ season risks pushing some 6.9 million people - nearly half of the country's population - into hunger by its March peak.
This Nobel Peace Prize is more than a thank you. It is a call to action as 270 million people march toward starvation.
Fish farming, micro-irrigation and flood-control barriers: we're working with communities in Malawi to make sure they can feed themselves and withstand climate shocks.
More than 800 U.N. Volunteers have served with WFP in the past decade, helping us save lives in over 70 countries.
This is a “failure is not an option” moment. At a time when our own wellbeing is inextricably tied up with others' around the globe, we will be better off only when others are, too.
Patience Mauhura has a message for women: Don't wait for your husbands. Think outside the box. Use your hands and your brains. It's time to work hard.
Conflict, displacement, natural disasters: they’ve left 149 million people facing severe levels of hunger. Here's why and how it happens.
In Nicaragua, some 80,000 families are at risk. We have shipped drinking water, storage containers, and 275 metric tons of rice, beans and vegetable oil in response.
The US Against Hunger series explores key drivers of food insecurity including conflict, gender inequality, climate change and food waste. Join our next event.
Eta arrived at the worst time, making life harder for millions of people already hard hit by years of erratic weather and the socioeconomic crisis COVID-19 caused.