15 December 2016

Aleppo: What WFP is Doing and How You Can Help

The humanitarian situation in Aleppo is catastrophic. The World Food Programme urges all parties to this vicious conflict to respect international law and common humanitarian princples and provide unconditional, unimpeded and safe access to those in need. 

Read more about what WFP is doing and how you can help. 

 

 

Responding to Emergencies
8 December 2016

South Sudanese Refugees In DRC: Impressions From The Field

More than 60,000 South Sudanese refugees are hosted in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). They have fled fighting in the Equatoria region of their home country. Most of them are women and children. While more are arriving daily, they are being settled away from the border at Biringi (Ituri province) and other sites in the province of Haut-Uele. 

8 December 2016

Nepal: Building Government Capacity on Food Quality and Control

Raj Kumar Rijal works as the Senior Food Research Officer at the Government of Nepal’s Regional Food Technology and Quality Control Office (DTQC) in Hetauda.
In September 2016, Mr. Rijal had the opportunity to travel to Israel to learn more about “Feeding the Future: Food Safety and Technology in Times of Global Change" at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.  
The training he received wa
s part of a programme by Israel's Agency for International Development Cooperation (MASHAV) and WFP Nepal to strengthen government capacity. 
Here Rijal talks to WFP about his experience. 

5 December 2016

Voices From Mosul

A glimpse into life under so-called Islamic State, in the words of those who escaped.

28 November 2016

Food Assistance Helps Drought-hit Families in Malawi

Thanks to the Government of Malawi and support from the governments around the world, millions of hungry and food-insecure people in Malawi can get through the lean season and nurture some optimism about the future.

School Meals
17 November 2016

Namibia to Expand its School Feeding Programme

Amid worsening hunger triggered by the effects of El Niño-related drought, Namibia is investing in the expansion of its National School Feeding programme to ensure more learners receive nutritious meals and stay in school. 

15 November 2016

Family Chef: Bulgur with Chickpeas

Syrian mother Um Abdullah shares with us a simple, nourishing dish, as part of our series exploring the tastes of home of refugees and displaced families supported by the World Food Programme.

Food For Assets
8 November 2016

Young Mother Works to Rebuild her Community in Northern Mozambique

Isaura Luis and her family lost all their crops due to drought in Tete province at the end of last year. They were among the large numbers of smallholder farmers who suffered crop loss across Mozambique and who have had to rely on food assistance since then. With the rainy season now started, they and other families are hoping for more luck this time around. 

Cash and Vouchers
4 November 2016

Samba Ndiayé, Resourceful Refugee Farmer In DRC

Samba Ndiaye has become a farmer following his arrival to the Inke refugee camp in north of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). He fled his country, the Central African Republic, due to violence and armed conflict that ensued in the wake of clashes between Seleka and anti-Balaka militias. 

1 November 2016

Giving Choice and Hope to Refugees in Uganda

Since 2013 nearly 560,000 South Sudanese refugees have sought safety in Uganda and WFP has assisted them by providing monthly general food rations to meet their basic food needs. Recently the WFP has introduced a cash programme, giving people the option to choose a cash allowance instead of food, providing them with the opportunity to decide for themselves what they eat.

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Fighting Hunger Worldwide