Escalating conflict and a deteriorating humanitarian situation in the Cabo Delgado province has left communities stranded and struggling.
"We anticipate 80% of the population to immediately start moving into the most extreme forms of hunger. We’re going to have a catastrophe on our hands," said Executive Director David Beasley.
Refugees in the Ethiopian camps depend on WFP food assistance for survival, and maintaining a consistent supply is crucial.
Conflict, floods and COVID-19 are pushing more people into extreme hunger.
Our partnership is protecting children and helping families cope with the impact of multiple crises by sending food straight to their homes.
Hear one aid worker's account of feeding a makeshift city of 1 million Rohingya refugees - and the new threats that loom.
Levels of hunger across the country are reaching record high levels. But we have prevented famine in Yemen before, and we can do it again.
WFP cameraman Marco Frattini reflects on his experience documenting the world’s largest humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
Meet the river fording, jungle trekking, all-terrain vehicle that's helping us get food to people in the most remote places.
In fragile and conflict-hit countries, it’s not the virus itself that will do most harm. It’s the missed vaccinations, the missed education and the missed daily wages that means a family can’t eat.
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.