A unique view of all the ways WFP is assisting millions of people worldwide.
Sandra Torres is a WFP Logistician with over 18 years of experience. Coming from the Nicaragua country office, she is no stranger to harsh working conditions. With her level of expertise it is no surprise that when the earthquake struck the Ecuadorian coast in April, Sandra deployed immediately to assist.
“There needs to be a serious conversation on engaging with local faith-based groups.”
Welcome to FamilyChef, the recipe series of the World Food Programme (WFP). Explore the culinary treasures of refugees who take part in WFP's cash and vouchers programmes, initiatives that allows individuals to buy the food they need to cook their traditional dishes.
"The sun that scorched other people's fields because of El Niño is the same sun that has changed our lives" - Dominique Dingane.
It is important that staff maintain healthy, nutritious eating habits when observing Ramadan. Muslims worldwide are observing Ramadan, the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, as a month of fasting.
"We sow, and if the rains don’t come, the insurance allows us to still feed our children" – Aissata, a farmer in Medina Diakha, Senegal.
For two days, major players in the humanitarian community gathered at the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, Turkey, to discuss the current state of international aid and to call for change. It didn’t receive much attention, but a major focus of the summit was the involvement of youth in humanitarian responses. While many countries sent youth delegates and the summit featured a separate youth forum, No Lost Generation at The George Washington University was the only student-run organization invited to share our work as part of an exhibition fair at the summit. I traveled to Istanbul with six other GW students to participate.
WFP is helping farmers endure the effects of El Niño in Malawi with an innovative approach to building resilience.
On behalf of the broader UN community, WFP and UNICEF facilitated the first Data Innovation Lab workshop at technology think tank Singularity University to harness the power of digital growth and the data revolution for sustainable development.
As an engineer for the World Food Programme, no two days are ever the same for Sogol Akef. From constructing roads in Afghanistan to rebuilding communities following a disaster, she tells us what inspired her to choose this line of work and how she got there.