A unique view of all the ways WFP is assisting millions of people worldwide.

11 May 2015

10 Things Everyone Should Know About Child Nutrition In Malawi

Malawi has made remarkable progress in improving child health outcomes as evidenced by the reduction in infant and under-five mortality. However, there has been slow progress in reducing malnutrition. Currently, the country has high levels of stunting among under- five children, which is an indication that chronic food and nutrition insecurity are still prevalent. Please help the World Food Programme (WFP) raise awareness by sharing them on Twitter.

11 May 2015

Treating The Undernourished In Afghanistan

To the relief of her mother and doctors, Zuhal is putting on weight. But just three months ago the 18-month-old girl from eastern Laghman Province in Afghanistan weighed only five kilos, less than half the average for a child of her age. 

7 May 2015

Guinea: Supporting Ebola Orphans Rebuild Their Lives

A crucial part of the World Food Programme's Ebola response is to help communities affected by Ebola transition out of crisis and regain a sense of normalcy. One important aspect of this transition means supporting children whose lives were torn apart after losing their parents and their safety net to Ebola. 

7 May 2015

Stuffed Beet Leaves

Welcome to the World Food Programme's (WFP) new recipe series. Explore the culinary treasures and cooking abilities of refugees who benefit from WFP's cash and vouchers, an initiative that allows individuals to buy the food they need to cook their traditional dishes.

7 May 2015

Niger: Violence Involving Boko Haram Fuels New Civilian Displacement

Violence involving Boko Haram and consequent security concerns are fueling new civilian displacement. The World Food Programme is set to provide highly nutritious food to 2,500 children in need at Nguigmi and Bosso. 

For Companies
7 May 2015

Companies and Consumers Team Up to Support the People of Nepal

When April’s devastating earthquake rattled Nepal, killing thousands and affecting millions more, the World Food Programme’s corporate partners in Asia and across the globe went into action – donating money and launching public fundraising appeals to ensure WFP can feed those in desperate need.

6 May 2015

Senegal: Building Sustainable School Meal Programmes

On April 30, Ouadiour, a village in the Fatick region of Senegal, hosted the official launch of the World Food Programme's new initiative, "School Canteen via Cash Vouchers" which is spreading to six new regions across the country.

Responding to Emergencies
6 May 2015

Nepal: A Family Reunited After The Quake

Afraid, shaken and not knowing what to do, Bimala thought she had lost her daughter in the earthquake.

6 May 2015

Enabling Critical Connectivity in Nepal

Collaboration between humanitarians, service providers and government authorities in Nepal is enabling life-saving connectivity.

5 May 2015

“Together We Reach Higher” - Responding to the Nepal Earthquake

WFP must reach 1.4 million people; but not just with food – survivors urgently need tarpaulins and tents, as well as water purification tablets which WFP will help deliver for our humanitarian partners.


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