• In Guinea, WFP Supports Women Farmers to Produce more to Feed and Educate their Children

    Gueckedou women farmers

    12/05/2016 — Guinea

    More than 17 percent of primary school-aged population in Guinea is not attending classes, three-quarters of them are girls. The main reasons include cultural beliefs, ignorance and poverty. To encourage parents to send their children to

  • Ebola flare-up: WFP responds. Focus on logictics.

    15/04/2016 — Guinea

    With the Ebola flare-up in March, the Government of Guinea and its partners have reactivated the emergency response mechanism to contain the disease. While the primary Ebola response is medical, logistics services provided by WFP including

  • A Snapshot Of WFP's School Meals Programme In Guinea

    School Meals in Guinea

    09/12/2015 — Guinea

    As schools resumed in November across Guinea, more than 240,000 children are benefitting from WFP's School Meals programme this academic year. Set in the heart of Guinea's verdant Forest Region, Koulé II primary school is

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  • 08/10/2015 — Guinea

    Life After Ebola: Ebola Contacts Rely On WFP Food

    Forecariah is a persistent hotspot in the ongoing Ebola epidemic in Guinea. In the regions with high virus transmission, WFP is providing food to Ebola contacts for 21 days. This helps them stay isolated and supports government’s efforts to curb the Ebola virus and reach zero cases.

  • 08/10/2015 — Guinea

    Life After Ebola: Alseny’s Story

    Alseny Toure, a fisherman from Guinea, lost his wife and 15 of his close relatives to Ebola but he survived the deadly virus. Today, he is taking care of his four children and nine orphans. This is his story.

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