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Nutrition
8 December 2013

OFID Helps More Than 1 Million Children In DPRK

Despite having limited funding for its operations this year, WFP manages to distribute a three-month ration of oil to orphanages, hospitals and nurseries in DPRKorea.

Responding to Emergencies
6 December 2013

Typhoon Survivors: Procopio Molina, Truck Driver

Almost a month after Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Visayas region of the Philippines, WFP's Angeli Mendoza visited communities in the Leyte province, meeting people who were being assisted by WFP and the government. Among the people she met she saw great resilience and a determination to rebuild. This is one of the people she met. Read about others

Responding to Emergencies
6 December 2013

Typhoon Survivors: Manny Cabero, Student

Almost a month after Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Visayas region of the Philippines, WFP's Angeli Mendoza visited communities in the Leyte province, meeting people who were being assisted by WFP and the government. Among the people she met she saw great resilience and a determination to rebuild. This is one of the people she met. Read about others

Responding to Emergencies
6 December 2013

Typhoon Survivors: The Guimoc Family

Almost a month after Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Visayas region of the Philippines, WFP's Angeli Mendoza visited communities in the Leyte province, meeting people who were being assisted by WFP and the government. Among the people she met she saw great resilience and a determination to rebuild. This is one of the people she met. Read about others

Responding to Emergencies
6 December 2013

Typhoon Survivors: Salvador Fumar, Village Leader

Almost a month after Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Visayas region of the Philippines, WFP's Angeli Mendoza visited communities in the Leyte province, meeting people who were being assisted by WFP and the government. Among the people she met she saw great resilience and a determination to rebuild. This is one of the people she met. Read about others

Responding to Emergencies
6 December 2013

Typhoon Survivors: Lilian Florendo, Mother

Almost a month after Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Visayas region of the Philippines, WFP's Angeli Mendoza visited communities in the Leyte province, meeting people who were being assisted by WFP and the government. Among the people she met she saw great resilience and a determination to rebuild. This is one of the people she met. Read about others

Responding to Emergencies
6 December 2013

Philippines Typhoon: What 5 Survivors Are Thinking One Month On

Almost a month after Typhoon Haiyan ripped through the central Philippines, WFP’s Angeli Mendoza travelled around the province of Leyte visiting affected communities. As she moved between food distributions talking to families, she encountered many examples of resilience and of a cheerful determination to rebuild. Asked about their immediate plans, people gave all sorts of answers. Here are five:

Responding to Emergencies
6 December 2013

Smiling Through Trying Times In Zimbabwe

This time last year, Siphelile Mahlangu planted maize and sorghum seeds on four acres of land, the equivalent of two football pitches - quite a feat for a 69 year-old woman with limited assistance and two children with mental disabilities to support. With only sticks as a fence for her fields, cows broke through and destroyed her entire crop. WFP and partners are providing food to families like Siphelile’s who harvested little, have few income options and are struggling to buy food as prices continue to rise.

Responding to Emergencies
5 December 2013

Syrians Flee Town Of Moadamiyeh As Food Becomes Scarce

In Saboura, WFP food assistance reaches beneficiaries at their doorsteps. The majority of internally displaced people in this village that sits 800 metres above sea level come from the besieged town of Moadamiyeh where food, water and fuel have almost run out.

5 December 2013

Philippines Typhoon: One Month On, What’s Been Done (And What Happens Now)

Four weeks after Typhoon Haiyan ripped through the Visayas region of the Philippines, shattering lives and livelihoods, WFP is providing food assistance and supporting the relief effort in other ways. But what exactly has WFP achieved, and what lies ahead on the road to recovery? Donate Now

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