18 August 2014
The United Nations World Food Programme is scaling up its operations to provide food to around 1 million people living in restricted access areas in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.
12 August 2013
When Maran Narma was younger, she and her family fled their home in rural Liberia to escape the violence engulfing the country. While displaced from her home, she received food assistance from WFP. The experience spurred her to join WFP later in life as a programme officer. Maran tells us about her life at both ends of WFP's work.
27 November 2012
Learning that she was HIV+ and that her husband had hidden the truth of his condition from her was a double shock for Florence, who lives in Liberia’s capital Monrovia. But with support from WFP, she has turned her life around and is hopeful about her family’s future.
15 September 2011
In early September, WFP nutrition focal points and their government counterparts from 18 countries across West Africa gathered in Dakar for a four-day workshop.
15 August 2011
US Ambassador to UN food agencies Ertharin Cousin* visited Liberia to see for herself how WFP is assisting the refugees who fled the violence in Côte d'Ivoire, host communities and other vulnerable populations.
11 August 2011
In the months following the crisis in Côte d'Ivoire, WFP has provided food assistance to tens of thousands of Ivorian refugees in Liberia. Each has a moving story to tell. Here is one of them.
19 July 2011
Nimba County in Liberia has received some 43,000 refugees from Côte d’Ivoire. Some are in camps for displaced persons but the vast majority are staying with host families in villages close to the border where WFP is helping the host families with food assistance.
14 June 2011
High food prices over the past year and growing concern over the effects of climate change have combined to put global food security at the top of the international agenda. A growing consensus among experts and policy makers is that a part of that solution lies in the hands of smallholder farmers.
26 April 2011
With tensions lingering in the West African nation of Côte d'Ivoire, WFP is bringing food assistance to some 150,000 Ivorians who fled to Liberia to escape the recent conflict. In eastern Liberia's lush, cocoa-growing region, three Ivorian refugees tell their stories as they wait to return home. Watch new video
12 April 2011
WFP is ramping up efforts to assist people displaced by violence in Cote d’Ivoire with a series of airlifts that will help feed over 75,000 people around the country. Meanwhile, a logistically challenging operation is underway to feed some 150,000 refugees in remote areas of neighboring Liberia.
- One Planet: Bananas and the global food chain Source: BBC
- The Liberian Dialogue: WFP gives “ownership” to education ministry: other partners to follow Source: The Liberian Dialogue
- LIBERIA-COTE D'IVOIRE: Refugees look for long-term solutions Source: IRIN
- Liberia's President Sirleaf: 'We've made progress but there's much more to do' Source: The Guardian
- Liberia: 'Much More to Do', Says Johnson Sirleaf Source: All Africa
- Impact of West Africa Ebola Outbreak on Food Security and Staple Food Prices
- Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone - Special mVAM Regional Bulletin #1: Food Insecurity Remains High in spite of the Harvest, November 2014
- Ebola - Special Focus: How can we estimate the impact of Ebola on food security in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone? November 2014
- Special Focus
- 24 November 2014 Liberia: Inside A Food Distribution
- 3 November 2014 How WFP Food Assistance Helps Prevent Spread Of Ebola