A unique view of all the ways WFP is assisting millions of people worldwide.
A new programming guide on food and nutrition in the context of HIV and Tuberculosis published by WFP together with UNAIDS and PEPFAR/USAID describes why food and nutrition support is an essential component of prevention, treatment, care and support of people living with HIV and discusses how to integrate it into programmes.
Here's the story of Sister Maria and 541 "Ebola orphans". Thanks to her work and the food provided by WFP, these children have now found an alternative source of sustenance after their parents have passed away.
The agreement signed January 14, 2015 between the World Food Programme (WFP) and the Social Fund Project Bayóvar Integral (FOSPIBAY) aims to improve the capacities of the most vulnerable people and their institutions to promote food and nutrition security in the Sechura province. The largest of 8 provinces within the Pirua region. Preventing anemia and chronic child malnutrition, with emphasis on the first thousand days of life are the focus of this newly launched project.
Every winter, WFP distributes food to vulnerable families living in the Kabul Informal Settlements (KIS).
It is estimated that floods have left scores dead and more than 100,000 people displaced from their homes in Malawi. The World Food Programme started food distributions in some of the worst-affected areas within days of the President of Malawi declaring a disaster in 15 of the country's 28 districts.
Mariam, 22, a returnee to Chad from Central African Republic, arrived in Gore with a Chadian convoy in February 2014. In CAR, she managed a small business with her husband, recharging mobile telephones. Now, however, she has no more family in Chad, as her parents moved long ago to CAR.
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A dusty road in eastern Cameroon leads to Gbiti, a small village at the border with the Central African Republic (CAR). The village is home to more than 4,000 refugees of the bloody conflict in the CAR that erupted a little over a year ago. As in all of the seven refugee sites along the border, the majority of the refugees in Gbiti are children.
The countries are separated only by a small river, where women wash their family’s clothes and Cameroonian soldiers are patrolling. It is the same spot where hundreds to thousands of Central Africans have been crossing the river every day only a couple of months ago – and still people are arriving.
Have you ever been inside an Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU)? Neither has 99.999% of the world. You can bet that the Emergency Telecommunications (ET) Cluster team is part of the 0.001% that has.