United States Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced that the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) will provide an additional $1 billion to help address critical global hunger needs.
As Congress considers emergency supplemental appropriations, World Food Program USA is urging members to prioritize robust funding to address the dire global hunger crisis driven in part by the war in Ukraine.
Dangerously Hungry was the first in a cascade of research on the relationship between food and conflict this year from international organizations.
The Farm Bill is vital to the U.S. continuing its long legacy of leading the global fight against hunger.
WASHINGTON, DC (December 27, 2022)—World Food Program USA commends the passage of $1.7 trillion Fiscal Year 2023 Omnibus Appropriations bill. This bill provides robust support for the International Affairs Budget and continues the legacy of American leadership as the world’s largest provider of international food assistance. Specifically, this FY23 spending bill provides strong funding for […]
The 1 millionth ton of wheat purchased by the U.S. government for global hunger relief efforts left Vancouver, Washington on November 26. The shipment is destined for WFP’s operations in Yemen.
World Food Program USA commends the passage of H.R. 7691, a bill that provides additional supplementary funding by the United States to address the crisis in Ukraine and its global impacts.
World Food Program USA has joined a coalition of more than 20 advocacy partners to call on Congress for $5 billion in supplemental international food assistance.
“Food is strength, and food is peace, and food is freedom, and food is a helping hand to people around the world whose good will and friendship we want."
What if some of our goals not only benefited us personally, but also the world? Consider our recommendations for personal habits you can develop this year that also help people around the world who are hungry.
The American private sector and the U.S. government stepped up in a big way last year to meet rapidly rising global hunger. As we enter the new year, we still need your support - more than ever.