The Catherine Bertini Trust Fund for Girls’ Education works to change this by empowering women and girls with the knowledge, training, and leadership skills necessary to achieve food security and reach their full potential.
Meet Merlin and Achol — two young schoolgirls in South Sudan who, thanks to school meals and support from their families, can dream of reaching their lofty career goals.
Global hunger is a complex and sometimes overwhelming problem. But, there are some easy ways teachers can help students understand it and become empathetic humanitarians.
For International Literacy Day, meet Furaha: a farmer in the DRC who created a new life for her family thanks to literacy training through the WFP and FAO.
Eight years ago, Mahmoud rolled up his sleeves and started building a community school in his hometown with his bare hands.
By supporting schools, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) boosts both health and literacy in rural areas.
In honor of International Youth Day, here are five stories of young people around the world who are part of and participating in the solutions to childhood hunger.
With the Tokyo 2020 Olympics coming to a close, we look at the story of Kenyan Olympic medalist Paul Tergat and the impact school meals had on his journey.
Thanks to school meals and remote learning resources, students like Fatema can continue to learn and grow at home while schools remain closed in Bangladesh.
After years of working in a centuries-old system of slavery, these women are building better lives for their families.
To mark World Breastfeeding Week, we are recognizing those who support vulnerable mothers and babies around the world.
Dorica Samson's 2-year-old son refused to feed on anything other than breast milk, and he eventually fell sick. Things look a lot different for them these days.