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World Food Prize Brings Global Leaders Together

The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon joined WFP Executive Director Ertharin Cousin and global leaders in the field of food security with a historic visit to the World Food Prize ceremony this week in the heartland of the U.S. to mark how innovations to solving hunger can be a powerful instrument of peace.

On World Food Day, WFP Emphasizes Commitment To The Most Vulnerable

WFP celebrates World Food Day (16 October) by reaffirming its commitment to helping communities overcome food insecurity. In Mozambique, WFP works with its partners so smallholders can improve the quality of their produce and gain better market access. WFP also supports asset creation and social safety nets in the fight against hunger in Mozambique.

On World Food Day, WFP Emphasizes Commitment to Supporting the Most Vulnerable

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) honours World Food Day (16 October) by reaffirming its dedication to work with communities, civil society, governments and the private sector to end hunger in our lifetimes.

Better Tools Needed To Protect Poor From Hunger

Climate change and volatile food prices make the world’s poorest ever more vulnerable to hunger. That’s why social protection mechanisms and resilience strategies are increasingly important, says WFP Executive Ertharin Cousin, outlining some of the ways WFP is working with governments and other partners to address this need.

On World Food Day, WFP Emphasizes Commitment To The Most Vulnerable

WFP and its partners are celebrating World Food Day (16 October) by reaffirming their commitment to helping communities overcome hunger. In South Sudan, WFP has increased the emphasis on community-based activities to build resilience to shocks and promote longer-term food security.