In honor of International Day of Peace, we're spotlighting a peacebuilding project working to ease tensions and resolve conflict in the world's largest hunger crisis.
After being friends, neighbors and farmers for years, five women in Tartous, Syria decided to come together and start their own business.
“I’ve not only seen the health of my children improve, but the health of my community. Our children are strong now," says Emeldah.
UNHAS has resumed flights to Kabul, enabling humanitarian responders and much-needed relief items to reach desperate Afghans in multiple locations across the country.
High in protein, vitamins and minerals, the mackerel is a welcome dietary addition for 270,000 children living in the hungry regions of Burundi.
WFP will suspend food assistance for more than 100,000 displaced people in parts of South Sudan starting in October as part of a prioritization exercise driven by funding shortages this year.
In honor of Grandparents’ Day, here are six stories of grandparents bringing joy, comfort and strength to their families.
Just like the Citadel of Herat, the U.N. World Food Programme remains standing — a fortress against hunger. We will stand with the Afghan people, for however long they will need us.
For International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies, we're taking a look at how #healthyairhealthyplanet and #ZeroHunger go hand in hand.
Time is running out for millions across Northern Ethiopia. This momentum must be sustained to save millions from falling deeper into hunger.
In the south of Senegal, communities are preserving the environment by using WFP biodigesters to convert cow dung into fertilizer and gas.
"I must help as many as I can with the little that I have. To me, this is sadaqah (the Islamic notion of 'voluntary charity').”