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Livelihoods, Earthquakes, Emergencies, Focus on Women
27 July 2011

In Carrefour, a busy suburban town located just West of Port-au-Prince, a women’s association is getting neighborhoods ready for rebuilding.

Focus on Women, Gender, Nutrition
13 July 2011

The World Food Programme is supporting the Haitian Government's efforts to prevent and combat malnutrition.

Emergencies
6 July 2011

A blaze in a crowded Port-au-Prince camp leaves earthquake survivors struggling to get back on their feet.

Ambassadors
28 June 2011

African pop duo Amadou and Mariam, who launched their new single Labendela in Rome on Monday, say their new role as Ambassadors Against Hunger for the EU allows them to be “flag-bearers” for the fight against hunger and poverty in countries such as their native Mali.

Ambassadors
27 June 2011
World music stars Amadou & Mariam are the latest celebrity voices to join the fight against global hunger as the new WFP Ambassadors Against Hunger for the European Union. To raise hunger awareness, Amadou & Mariam have dedicated this song to the global hunger challenge.
 

23 June 2011

The Malian pop-duo and world music stars, Amadou & Mariam, are the latest celebrity voices to join the fight against global hunger as the new WFP Ambassadors Against Hunger for the European Union. To raise hunger awareness among Europeans, Amadou & Mariam have dedicated a song to the global hunger challenge.

Ambassadors
13 April 2011

Amadou and Mariam, the acclaimed Malian pop duo, are WFP’s newest Ambassadors Against Hunger, and the first devoted to raising hunger awareness in the EU. The announcement followed the two singers’ return from Haiti, where they met with families still suffering from the devastation of the January 2010 earthquake.

Earthquakes, Emergencies
13 March 2011

In Léogâne, a project helps the city repair its roads by recycling rubble from the earthquake.

Earthquakes, Emergencies, Floods
13 March 2011

A project in Léogâne, the Haitian town located at the epicenter of the January 2010 earthquake, is revitalizing the banks of the river Rouyonne while improving living conditions for hundreds of Haitians.

 

School Meals
7 January 2011

Marie Anika, 8, wants to work in a bank when she grows up. At the moment, however, she lives in a tent where her house used to be before the earthquake. But that hasn’t stopped her from going to school or dreaming about the future thanks to the hearty meals she eats everyday in class.