8 September 2008

WFP in El Salvador airlifts food to victims of Hurricane Gustav in Cuba

WFP has sent a first airlift of humanitarian food aid to Cuba from the Regional Humanitarian Response Centre, based in the International Airport of El Salvador.
8 September 2008

WFP streaming food and supplies to Haitians

WFP is sending a steady stream of food and humanitarian supplies by air and sea to the devastated port city of Gonaives and to the storm-battered southern and western areas of Haiti.
3 September 2008

Haiti battered by tropical storms

WFP is reinforcing staff and plans to set up a base in Gonaives, the northern town battered by Tropical Storm Hanna on the night of 1 to 2 September.
3 September 2008

Hunger's global hotspots: 3 September 2008

Facts, figures and the latest updates from WFP's high profile emergencies.
1 September 2008

WFP welcomes end to ban on NGOs

WFP welcomes the lifting of a ban on NGO activities in Zimbabwe and will immediately begin scaling up its food assistance operations across the country.
26 August 2008

WFP continues relief efforts in the Caucasus

WFP has so far reached more than 127,000 beneficiaries in every region of Georgia, excluding South Ossetia and Abkhazia, with more deliveries taking place today. Meanwhile, thousands of people have been returning to Gori, where the last military checkpoints were dismantled and abandoned over the weekend.
21 August 2008

Hunger's global hotspots: 21 August 2008

Facts, figures and the lastest updates from WFP's high profile emergencies.
16 August 2008

WFP Head expresses condolences to IRC over Afghanistan killings

WFP's Executive Director, Josette Sheeran, has sent a letter of condolence to the International Rescue Committee (IRC) expressing profound sadness and regret at the August 13th incident outside Kabul, Afghanistan, where four IRC staff members were killed.
16 August 2008

WFP sends food to Georgian town of Gori

WFP today dispatched a truckload of food to the conflict-affected town of Gori, where it has been unable to reach people due to insecurity.
15 August 2008

Horn of Africa at a critical stage

Poor rains in the normally wet March-to-May period, compounded by high food and fuel prices, have hit the Horn of Africa region hard. Drought-affected people in the region now number 17.5 million.

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