Families need urgent help right now.
Saleh’s family live inside this tent. When they cannot afford breakfast they only have tea to drink. Saleh and his family fled from Bani Hassan due to the recent fighting in the area.
Malika fled before her sister Amina left their home village with her family. Malika helps Amina to prepare food for the entire family.
Amian with her children - Nuha (5), Muna (3) and Salem (6). Amina fled with her children from Bani Hassan after the conflict escalated in the area. Amina sold her clothes to feed her children.
Sami, 3, and Fares, 4, fled from Bani Hassan, Yemen. Sami and Fares couldn’t sleep at night as result of the bombing and airstrikes. Their parents had to sell their jewelry and borrow money to get transportation and flee to a safe place.
DRC is the world’s second largest hunger crisis after Yemen, with 13 million people food insecure – 5 million of which are children who are acutely malnourished.
Chef Majed fled Syria, was a refugee in Jordan and now is a successful chef at Foodhini, an online restaurant exclusively featuring immigrant and refugee chefs.
A young internally displaced boy poses for a photo inside his shelter in Hobyo, Somalia. People have been displaced by issues of insecurity, food insecurity and lack of access to resources.
Madina, 84, sits with her daughter Fatuma, 52, and grandchildren in the shade in Hobyo, Somalia. Madina has poor eyesight made worse by the reflection from the sand. The family came here from Hadhere, 75 miles south of Hobyo.
People in Somalia have been displaced by issues of insecurity, food insecurity and lack of access to resources. WFP works with partners and authorities in Somalia to provide food assistance to vulnerable households.
Fatuma sits in the shade with her children in Beletweyne, Somalia. WFP is doing a pre-drought assessment to better understand the situation on the ground, and works with partners and authorities in Somalia to provide food assistance to vulnerable households.
Recent results from WFP’s food security analysis show that WFP food assistance has lifted more than one third of targeted refugees above the national income poverty line and has significantly contributed to their food security status.
Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh is home to the world’s largest refugee camp. Nearly one million refugees live there and the World Food Programme is providing lifesaving assistance to 95 percent of them.