USAID provided 4,700 metric tons of soya beans and corn to Sri Lanka to support the continuation of the Thriposha fortified food program.
We sat down with Alex Diaz, Google.org’s Senior Manager of AI for Social Good, to learn how artificial intelligence, innovation, and anticipatory actions are paving the way for a Zero Hunger world.
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has begun providing desperately needed food assistance to more than 5,000 families displaced by massive flooding in Libya.
As Congress considers emergency supplemental appropriations, World Food Program USA is urging members to prioritize robust funding to address the dire global hunger crisis driven in part by the war in Ukraine.
Dangerously Hungry was the first in a cascade of research on the relationship between food and conflict this year from international organizations.
The 2023 edition of the State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World (SOFI) report reveals that conflict, the COVID-19 pandemic and extreme weather have pushed 122 million more people into hunger since 2019.
World Food Program USA’s Spring 2023 Statement of Impact provides a snapshot of the global hunger crisis and how the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) continues to respond. The report summarizes key events from January – May of this year.
A new United Nations report found that acute hunger is set to increase in magnitude and severity in 22 countries between June and November of 2023.
The Farm Bill is vital to the U.S. continuing its long legacy of leading the global fight against hunger.
WFP is gearing up for a large-scale emergency response to Cyclone Mocha, which is expected to make landfall this Sunday in Myanmar and Bangladesh.
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).