Extreme temperatures. Dropped from a plane. Springing leaks. These are the food safety considerations of the largest hunger-fighting organization in the world.
Farmers in Sudan lose up to 40% of their crops every year. Our hermetic bags cost just $2 and reduce loss to less than 2%.
Fruits and vegetables that were previously thrown away are being transformed into nutritious meals in soup kitchens across Lima, Peru.
For International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies, we're taking a look at how #healthyairhealthyplanet and #ZeroHunger go hand in hand.
In the south of Senegal, communities are preserving the environment by using WFP biodigesters to convert cow dung into fertilizer and gas.
Eight years ago, Mahmoud rolled up his sleeves and started building a community school in his hometown with his bare hands.
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.
To mark World Youth Skills Day, we would like to introduce five young and gifted refugees who left their homes in the DRC and now live in the Dzaleka refugee camp.
Have you ever wondered what exactly the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is? Or how it fits under the larger umbrella of the United Nations?
Through a upcycling centers in Bangladesh, Rohingya refuges are transforming packaging waste into useful products.
American biologist and humanitarian Norman Borlaug is often called “The Father of the Green Revolution” for his groundbreaking discoveries in high-yield agriculture.
Migrants, refugees and other forcibly displaced persons are among the most disadvantaged and disenfranchised groups, and are suffering some of the worst impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic