Restore, Reach and Improve: School Meals Coalition Aims to Give Every Child the Opportunity to Have a Nutritious Meal by 2030

As the world begins recovering from COVID-19, restoring school meals programs is an urgent priority. These programs transform lives and serve as platforms for improving education and food systems globally. 

“If the Shells Disappear”: For International Day for People of African Descent, a Word on Climate Change From the Awá and Afro Communities in Latin America

The Colombia-Ecuador border is one of the most climate-sensitive and hungry regions in Latin America, and the Awá and Afro communities are seeing climate change unfold before their very eyes.

Afghanistan: WFP Continues to Deliver as Winter and Humanitarian Crisis Loom

We have only a few short weeks to secure the necessary funding and get food in place before mountain passes are blocked by snow

WFP Boosts Its Ongoing Support in Haiti as Quake Compounds Miseries

The earthquake rattled people who were already struggling to feed their families due to economic and climate shocks, and insecurity.

How the United Nations World Food Programme Fights Hunger and Famine Globally

For 60 years, the U.N. World Food Programme has worked on the front lines of the world’s worst crises, doing whatever it takes to deliver lifesaving food.

World Food Program USA Donates $250,000 to Support United Nations World Food Programme’s Haiti Earthquake Relief Efforts

World Food Program USA has donated $250,000 to WFP to support critical earthquake relief efforts in Haiti.

Haiti Earthquake: “It’s Hard to See People With Nowhere to Sleep – Especially the Kids”

WFP’s Marianela González reports from areas affected by the 7.2 magnitude quake that struck the country on August 14.

For the Sake of Every Afghan We Now Hope for a Peaceful Transition

For the sake of every Afghan girl and boy, woman and man, we now hope for a peaceful transition. We need WFP and other humanitarian agencies to continue their vital work, to reach those who are most in need.

Statement from World Food Program USA President and CEO on Afghanistan

Through our commitment to Afghanistan, we will do everything we can to reach vulnerable families in their time of great need.

For World Humanitarian Day, Meet the Four Women Behind WFP’s Helicopter in Haiti

It takes four busy bees in the U.N. World Food Programme office to keep the humanitarian helicopter in the sky every day. For World Humanitarian Day, we'd like you to meet them.

A Force of Nature: Hunger and Climate Crises in Ten Photographs From Around the Globe

To mark Nature Photography Day, we’re looking at ten stunning photographs from some of the hungriest places on earth.

How Families in a Remote, Desert Village Banded Together to Build a Community School

Eight years ago, Mahmoud rolled up his sleeves and started building a community school in his hometown with his bare hands. 

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