Teachers against hunger

A Peek Inside The World's Classrooms

No matter the location, there are teachers across the world helping students get an education and prepare for their futures. Here is a snapshot of some schools in the developing world where teachers are making a positive impact on their students’ lives—and where WFP provides students with what is sometimes their only food for the day, called “school meals.” Post date: 07/18/2014 - 17:51

8 Documentaries That Will Keep Students Engaged Over The Summer

As the school year comes to an end in many parts of the world, you may be wondering how to keep students engaged on hunger issues throughout the summer. Movie nights likely sit near the top of your students’ list of things to do this summer. By using this popular activity to your advantage, you can keep your lessons on hunger and food assistance fresh in the minds of your classes. Post date: 06/24/2014 - 20:10

Teachers: Where To Take Your Lessons On The #CARcrisis

There is a crisis in the Central African Republic that has rapidly unfolded over the past several months. About 1.6 million people need urgent food assistance, a number that’s more than double the estimated level just over a year ago. Here are some of WFP’s tools to help teach your classes about this humanitarian catastrophe. Post date: 04/17/2014 - 20:45

Students against Hunger: the Blog

"Us Against Hunger" — A Student's Story

Even as a child, Karen Garcia, a 21-year-old student at Texas Tech University in Texas, US, was dedicated to making a difference. She’s recently channeled this passion into helping WFP. Here's her story in her own words. Post date: 06/30/2014 - 20:57

Girls Just Wanna Have...Textbooks

Can you imagine starting school each day in a classroom with few if any girls? Or having to fight for an opportunity to stay in school? For girls around the world, this is a reality. According to the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), 62 million girls around the world are not in school -- and millions more must fight to stay there. A new USAID initiative, called Let Girls Learn hopes to change that.

Post date: 06/26/2014 - 22:02

Answering Your Questions

WFP often hears from students interested in learning more about world hunger and our work to fight it. Here are some of the questions we get most frequently and their answers. Post date: 05/29/2014 - 19:56