In Kenya, 65-year-old Matei Nziru has an obsession-like devotion to water, storing some gallons that are more than four years old. His tactics hold lessons for other farmers in dry climates.
90 percent of Burundi's population is entirely dependent on agriculture, yet the country doesn't produce nearly enough food to feed everyone. Cutting food loss can help.
Three-hundred farmers each received eight specially-made, airtight, 110-pound bags to protect their grains from insects, rodents, mold and moisture. The results were astonishing.
WFP is currently registering beneficiaries on the SCOPE system in Yemen. Registering beneficiaries on the SCOPE system allows WFP to expand the cash transfer program.
On April 17, 2019, WFP USA convened a group of stakeholders in policy, the private sector and humanitarianism for a roundtable discussion about the causes of, effects of and solutions to food waste.
This first-of-its-kind data exchange involves IOM’s BRaVE and WFP’s SCOPE systems, which will improve efficiency in the delivery of assistance.
Vegetables that were previously thrown away purely for their looks are being transformed into nutritious school meals in Kenya.
The Innovation Accelerator identifies, nurtures and scales bold solutions to end global hunger. The Innovation Accelerator Bootcamp and Pitch Night is taking place this October in Silicon Valley.
Flooding affects millions of people in Congo. We look back at using advanced analytics for flood response there.
WFP's Dalili App is innovating humanitarian assistance and empowering Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
Farmers in Sudan lose up to 40% of their crops every year. Hermetic bags cost just $2 and reduce loss to less than 2%.
What does waste and environmental sustainability look like for the world’s largest humanitarian organization?