8 May 2013
PURSAT - A delegation from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) visited WFP Cambodia’s School Feeding and Mother and Child Health and Nutrition (MCHN) programmes, which have been receiving USDA support through the McGovern-Dole project. The delegation praised WFP’s programmes that enable food insecure and poor households to send their children to school and to have a healthy start in life through the provision of nutritious foods and a package of complementary services.
29 March 2013
There are three "Keys To Solving Hunger" -- what are they? Each month between April and June 2013, we'll be unveiling a new "key" through a short film - and we want you to discover them with us! And, to make the discovery more fun, we're also giving away some limited edition WFP Moleskine notebooks. So get your pencil and paper at the ready and click play!
28 January 2013
Can using fortified rice in WFP's school meals programme be the game changer in the fight against malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies, particularly among primary school-aged children? A nine-month study to be conducted in 20 schools in Cambodia's Kampong Speu province is set to give us the answer.
26 December 2012
Can an online game played on one side of the continent make a difference in the lives of children on the other end?
29 June 2012
Life was bleak for Srin Yor. She had no food, no education and no future. Only one thing kept her going: the garbage dump. But as life would have it, things changed and Yor’s life is now shining at “Pour un Sourire d'Enfant” (PSE), a school supported by the World Food Programme (WFP).
21 May 2012
Life has been very distressing for many Cambodians since severe flooding hit the country in 2011. And yet in part thanks to WFP Food-for-Assets project, there are some encouraging signs of recovery
30 April 2012
Since time immemorial, it has been said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Mothers say eating a healthy meal in the morning helps improve one's performance in school. But what exactly is the impact of WFP School Meals on lives of students like Thien Seng So in Cambodia?
18 April 2012
A high-level Chinese mission sees first-hand the difference that the school feeding programme makes in the lives of poor and vulnerable children in Cambodia.
3 April 2012
A high-level delegation from LG in South Korea recently visited Prey Veng Province in Cambodia to witness the impact of their three-year support to the communities participating in WFP’s Food-for-Assets programmes. The delegation was led by Young-Kee Kim, Executive Vice-President and Chief Relations Officer of the LG Group and their Corporate Social Responsibility Team accompanied by Monica Marshall, WFP Global Head of Private Partnerships and Edith Heines, WFP Cambodia Deputy Country Director.
14 March 2012
A senior Brazilian delegation has recently visited World Food Programme flood response operations in Cambodia which have received generous support from the Government of Brazil. The delegation was led by H.E. Ambassador Paulo Cesar Meira de Vasconcellos accompanied by H.E. Dr. Nhim Vanda, Senior Minister and First Vice President of the National Committee for Disaster Management, Edith Heines, WFP Cambodia Deputy Country Director and Bill Pennington, Assistant Country Director for international NGO CARE.
- LG Visits WFP Programmes In Cambodia Source: Korea IT Times
- WFP Appeals for Food Aid for Cambodian Flood Victims Source: VOA News
- Para Hunzai of the World Food Programme in Cambodia Source: American Chronicle
- Floods claim 207 lives in Cambodia Source: Xinhua
- Over $80,000 raised to feed Cambodia kids Source: asiaone