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.
Senator Robert Dole, who died today at the age of 98, left behind an extraordinary record of contributions to the United States and to the world.
Today, as we mourn Senator Dole, we draw on his inspiration to do everything we can for as long as it takes to ensure that all people have the food they deserve.
What is driving the current rise in food prices and how does it affect the world’s most vulnerable people?
President Eisenhower helped create a lasting legacy of food assistance throughout the world.
For decades, America has led the way in global humanitarian relief. These are five of the presidents who have paved the way in making America the generous nation it is today.
Former WFP Executive Director Ertharin Cousin has built a legacy of feeding people and improving lives, both at home and abroad.
This weekend, leaders of the G7 acknowledged the unprecedented humanitarian crisis our world faces today as more than 34 million people teeter on the edge of famine and endorsed a Famine Prevention Compact.
We applaud President Biden’s signing of this Rescue Plan and its robust funding for key international food assistance accounts, particularly the Food for Peace program and the International Disaster Assistance program.
The world had an expanding safety net, with school feeding a growing priority for governments. Then COVID-19 arrived and smashed it all.
WFP never abandons hope. We're applying it in spades to roll back one of the most severe hunger catastrophes in our six decades of existence.