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  • 15/10/2015 — Malawi SHOTLIST (PDF)

    World Food Day WFP Appeals for Global Effort to End Conflict, Climate Change and Other Obstacles to Zero Hunger (For the Media)

    MILAN – Speaking today at World Food Day events in Italy, Ertharin Cousin, Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Programme, appealed to the entire global community to take action and help to ensure that the world achieves #ZeroHunger. She invited everyone to mark World Food Day by posting #ZeroHunger on social media. No one individual or organization owns #ZeroHunger, which is the goal we share and the world we want. WFP encourages people to join a new community Facebook page and switch their profile page to highlight a striking white circle representing the target of Zero Hunger. According to The State of Food Insecurity in the World 2015 report, 795 million people suffer from hunger today, down 167 million from a decade ago. To speed up progress and save countless lives and build stronger futures by 2030, it would take an annual investment of US$265 billion – about 0.3 percent of the global Gross Domestic Product. The economic benefit of ending hunger, however, is calculated to be worth about 5 percent of global GDP. 

  • 15/10/2015 — Malawi

    Focus On Zero Hunger: Malawi (Episode 5)

    Southern Africa is in the grip of food insecurity with more than 13 million people facing hunger during the next six months. The situation has been caused by widespread crop failure, mainly due to drought across much of the region. Worst affected is Malawi which also suffered devastating floods earlier this year.

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  • 2018 Global Report on Food Crises

    2018 Global Report on Food Crises
    The 2018 Global Report on Food Crises provides the latest estimates of severe hunger in the world. An estimated 124 million people in 51...
  • The Market Monitor

    The Market Monitor
    This bulletin provides information on price changes for the most commonly consumed staples and their potential impacts on the cost of the basic food basket. ...
  • Seasonal Monitor

    Seasonal Monitor
    The WFP Seasonal Monitor examines satellite imagery of rainfall and vegetation in order to assess the development of the growing season and how such conditions might impact the lives and livelihoods of the...
  • Malawi - MVAC IPC Findings of the 2017 Assessment and Analysis, December 2017

    Malawi - MVAC IPC Findings of the 2017 Assessment and Analysis, December 2017
    Food Security situation has improved significantly compared to 2015/16 cropping year Onset of rains was nor-mal and well distributed in central and southern areas. A few...

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