What can be done to get progress in Latin America back on track? Andy Jarvis, a data scientist at CIAT, and Chase Sova, sr. director of public policy at WFP USA weigh in.
Between 5 and 9 million people in the African Sahel may need emergency food assistance from WFP as farmers await their next harvest.
The World Food Programme (WFP) is harnessing satellite technology to better monitor large-scale landscape projects that build resilience among vulnerable populations.
When it comes to fighting global hunger, the U.N. World Food Programme (WFP) is always evolving.
The U.S. agriculture giant is joining forces with World Food Program USA to support homegrown school meals.
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Dan Glickman, former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, considers the paradox that millions are hungry at a time when so much food is going to waste.
Graduate students participated in a global competition designed to simulate the challenges and competing interests that confront policymakers every day.
We talk to Maddie Oatman, co-host of Mother Jones magazine’s new food podcast “Bite,” about what she’s uncovering in her day-to-day reporting.
“When children arrive at school hungry after walking up to three kilometers, they cannot concentrate or assimilate what is being taught,” said Sergio Torres, head of WFP’s Bolivia operations.
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