School Meals Funding Is an Invaluable Investment in Humanity

Hungry children do not build prosperous economies or peaceful societies. School meals represent one of the most affordable and effective investments we can ever make in humanity.

The Dry Corridor in Central America

The Dry Corridor in Central America is experiencing one of the worst droughts of the last ten years with over 1.4 million people in need of food assistance. El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua are the most vulnerable countries.

How the U.S. Farm Bill Reaches Far Beyond U.S. Farms

The U.S. has a long legacy of showing its commitment to ending global hunger. The latest Farm Bill is one such commitment.

Report: Hunger On The Rise—Again

In 2017 the number of hungry people rose to 821 million according to The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World report released today.

TEDx Talks: Are We Ready to End World Hunger?

Chase Sova, WFP USA sr. director of public policy, gives a brief history of the fight against global hunger.

Winning the Peace Means More Than Winning a Battle

Today, 80 percent of humanitarian aid goes toward people in the midst of man-made conflicts.

The Greatest Generation’s Easter Mission To Feed the Hungry

On The Hill: Why Food Security Matters

Speaking before the U.S. Senate, the head of WFP highlighted the link between global food security and national security.

Honoring Sandy Berger’s Legacy with the Global Humanitarian Award

World Food Program USA honored Samuel "Sandy" Berger with the inaugural Global Humanitarian Award.

How Did Korea Go From Receiving WFP’s Help to Becoming One of Its Top 20 Donors?

Six key areas lie at heart of country’s dramatic transformation to Zero Hunger

Celebrating a True American Hero

WFP USA CEO Rick Leach honors Senator Bob Dole as he receives the Congressional Gold Medal.

U.S. Senators Bob Casey and Jerry Moran Receive McGovern-Dole Award From WFP USA

The annual award ceremony honors bipartisan U.S. leadership in the fight to end global hunger.