World Food Programme tailors its food assistance to the specific nutritional needs and conditions of each community and crisis.
The World Food Programme (WFP) is harnessing satellite technology to better monitor large-scale landscape projects that build resilience among vulnerable populations.
Rohingya women share their stories of using electronic food vouchers to buy the food they need. These vouchers empower them to make food decisions for their families.
Evolving technology has potential to change the face of humanitarian work
When it comes to fighting global hunger, the U.N. World Food Programme (WFP) is always evolving.
Giving Rohingya women control of food assistance cash entitlements helps them enhance their social role and feed their families better
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In this episode, we talk to the founder of WFP's mobile Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping (mVAM) unit about how mobile phones in the most remote and dangerous corners of our world are changing how we understand and fight hunger.
When violence or natural disaster strikes vulnerable communities, good data on the hunger that often results can be hard to come by. Learn how mobile phones in the most remote and dangerous corners of our world are changing how we understand and fight hunger.
At a time when smartphone users outnumber the world’s hungry children by 20 to 1, humanitarian organizations are crowdsourcing creative ideas to harness technology in the fight against global hunger.
On a recent trip to Tanzania, I met a group of women who farmed vegetables for a living near the village of Mlandizi on the country’s east coast. As they were telling me about their operation, the unexpected ring of a cell phone interrupted us. In a village where most people live below the poverty […]