29 November 2012
In sub-Saharan Africa, the region most affected by the HIV epidemic, WFP’s food and nutrition support is an essential part of HIV treatment and care.
2 November 2010
WFP supports individuals and households affected by HIV/AIDS including orphans, chronically‐ill patients, patients on tuberculosis (TB) treatment and mothers enrolled in the prevention of mother‐to‐child transmission (PMTCT) programmes. HIV/AIDS interventions are being implemented in four districts (Chikhwawa, Kasungu, Nsanje and Phalombe).
23 April 2009
The Malawi Vulnerability Assessment Committee (MVAC) advises that some parts of Malawi did not achieve normal production of crops due to heavy rains, flooding, and prolonged dry spells which significantly reduced national maize production.
21 April 2007
Among the many devastating consequences of the AIDS epidemic in sub- Saharan Africa, the rapidly growing orphan population demands particular attention. Today, over 15 million children in the region have been orphaned by AIDS and numbers are rising rapidly (UNAIDS, 2006). Millions more are living with chronically ill parents, and about three million children are themselves infected with the virus.
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- 30 November 2012 South Africa Crisis (For The Media)
- 23 November 2012 WFP Responds To A Drought In Malawi