For International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies, we're taking a look at how #healthyairhealthyplanet and #ZeroHunger go hand in hand.
The US Against Hunger series explores key drivers of food insecurity including conflict, gender inequality, climate change and food waste. Join our next event.
Join our next event to meet the men and women who are leading the humanitarian fight to end world hunger.
The Colombia-Ecuador border is one of the most climate-sensitive and hungry regions in Latin America, and the Awá and Afro communities are seeing climate change unfold before their very eyes.
To mark Nature Photography Day, we’re looking at ten stunning photographs from some of the hungriest places on earth.
"People affected by the climate crisis do not have the luxury to wait until the world’s changed course on greenhouse gas emissions."
On June 29th, World Food Program USA President and CEO Barron Segar sat down with the Executive Director of the Alliance to End Hunger, Eric Mitchell, to discuss hunger in Central America.
The SOFI report estimates that up to 811 million people went hungry in 2020 due to climate extremes and economic slowdowns exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
There was a dramatic worsening of world hunger in 2020, the United Nations said today – much of it likely related to the fallout of COVID-19.
There is enough food on this planet to feed every single person. But even with all this abundance, famine is no relic of the past.
A resilience-building initiative backed by WFP and Korea is empowering communities recovering from displacement — and enabling new friendships.
Through a upcycling centers in Bangladesh, Rohingya refuges are transforming packaging waste into useful products.