A United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) dike rehabilitation project is helping families to return home and build resilience against the climate crisis.
The number of people experiencing acute hunger rose for the fourth consecutive year in 2022, according to the latest Global Report on Food Crises (GRFC).
In regions around the world, the climate crisis is causing more frequent and intense extreme weather events. From droughts to hurricanes to floods, these climate extremes are driving more people into severe hunger and poverty.
As reported by David Muir on ABC, the people of South Sudan are suffering from historic, overlapping drought and floods caused by the climate change.
Prices of staple foods are soaring in Malawi, ten days after Tropical Cyclone Freddy made its second passage over the southern African country.
WFP USA has made a $1 million grant in support of WFP's Rapid Rural Transformation programs across southern Madagascar.
Pope Francis begins his visit to two of the world’s worst hunger crises: the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and South Sudan. His visit comes at a time when WFP faces shrinking funds to reach millions facing severe hunger in these countries.
We’ve developed seven 30-day challenges for self-improvement that will also help improve the lives of people around the world who are experiencing the most extreme levels of hunger this winter. Each of these challenges will help you build a healthy personal habit over the next 30-days and reach your New Year’s resolutions. At the same time, these habits will have a positive global effect, from fighting the climate crisis to sending food to people in need.
When you buy a symbolic gift from the Marketplace, you help deliver lifesaving food and aid to people facing the most extreme forms of hunger imaginable.
The world faces the largest global food crisis in modern history. That's why these six Zero Hunger solutions are more important than ever.
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).