• What Homemade Bread Means To Syrian Refugees

    Hussein Mohammend lost four children in the conflict in Syria. During a fire-fight, he was shot six times in the stomach. He and his family have found safety and a temporary home in Turkey. Hussein and his wife are able to shop for their own groceries--and make bread the way they like it--thanks to an e-voucher programme set up by WFP.

  • Poor Malawi Farmers Receive Cash Through Mobile Phone

    With food prices high in Malawi's markets, many families are struggling to find enough to eat. A new programme by WFP is sending cash to the most vulnerable people through their mobile phones. This assistance enables them to buy more food and so keep hunger and malnutrition at bay.

  • Syrian Refugees Buy The Food They Want With Vouchers

    On a 3-day trip to the Middle East, WFP Executive Director Ertharin Cousin stopped at a food shop in Lebanon where Syrian refugees shop for food with vouchers. This allows families to buy fresh fruit and vegetables which aren’t normally a part of WFP food rations. Find out more 

  • Displaced Families Shop Local In DR Congo

    Cash and voucher programmes in DR Congo allow families forced from their homes by conflict to shop for locally-produced food on local markets.

  • Zimbabwe: Food Vouchers Help Poor Family Eat Better

    Like many Zimbabweans, Loveness struggles to feed her children on a daily basis.  But with WFP's food assistance, she can make sure her HIV+ children avoid malnutritrion and receive medication every month.  One million adult Zimbabweans and 150,000 children are infected with HIV, which is 14.2% per cent of the population.