United States Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced that the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) will provide an additional $1 billion to help address critical global hunger needs.
An uptick in violence in Port-au-Prince since mid-August has driven approximately 40,000 people from their homes in several neighborhoods of the capital, exacerbating an already complex humanitarian crisis.
WFP is stockpiling 310 metric tons of food at the Gaza border ready for dispatch to people in desperate need – as soon as humanitarian access is granted.
As humanitarian supplies converged on Egypt’s border with Gaza, WFP renewed its call for sustained humanitarian access to Gaza.
“The situation is devastating,” said Samer Abdeljaber, WFP Palestine Country Director. “We are on the ground doing everything we can."
WFP calls on all parties to uphold the principles of humanitarian law to safeguard the lives and well-being of civilians, including access to food.
World Food Program USA’s Fall 2023 Impact Report provides a snapshot of the global hunger crisis and how the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) continues to respond.
WFP is ramping up its efforts to assist people who have recently arrived at the Armenian border.
Resilience is at the heart of all WFP programs. WFP USA President and CEO Barron Segar looks back on how humanity’s resilience was tested by multiple overlapping crises in 2022 and how WFP USA responded.
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.