28 October 2005

Tropical Storm Beta heads for Nicaragua

Tropical Storm Beta is moving towards Nicaragua and is expected to hit the country during the morning of Sunday, 30 October. WFP staff in the region are on high alert and have pre-positioned 250 metric tons of high ...
25 October 2005

Where maize is gold dust

WFP's web editor Chris Endean is on a mission to Malawi. This is the third of his reports from a country in the midst of a food crisis, and first appeared on the Guardian Unlimited website. Nsanje is the last place in ...
24 October 2005

At least 75,000 need food aid in El Salvador

Introduction In the wake of October's flooding, mudslides and vocanic activities at least 75,000 people will need WFP assistance in El Salvador, in addition to 100,000 already receiving food aid. WFP response ...
24 October 2005

WFP plans to feed 285,000 hurricane victims in Guatemala

As the weather situation in Guatemala improves, the full scale of the damage left beind by Hurricane Stan is becoming apparent. WFP intervention Since the emergency started, WFP has provided to the ...
23 October 2005

Picking up the threads of broken lives

The Jhelum valley in Pakistan-administered Kashmir was shattered by the 8 October earthquake, but two weeks on survivors are beginning to pick up the threads of their broken lives. WFP spokesperson David Orr sent this ...
21 October 2005

Waiting for rations in Malawi

WFP's web editor Chris Endean is on a mission to Malawi. This is his second report from a country in the midst of a food crisis, and first appeared on the Guardian Unlimited website. We could tell we were close to the ...
20 October 2005

WFP battles to get food to victims of Hurricane Stan

Introduction Despite worsening weather conditions, WFP is working around the clock to bring much-needed food assistance to poor and isolated communities in Guatemala, which were especially hard hit by Hurricane ...
19 October 2005

Despair beneath the 'normality' in Malawi

WFP's web editor Chris Endean is on a mission to Malawi. This is the first of his reports from a country in the midst of a food crisis, and first appeared on the Guardian Unlimited website. Driving the 320-km road from ...
18 October 2005

WFP welcomes swift response from Japan to earthquake

WFP has welcomed a swift contribution from the Government of Japan of US$2.5 million to the agency’s emergency operation for those hit by the South Asia earthquake. Japan was one of the first countries to donate to ...
16 October 2005

WFP battles bad weather to get food to quake survivors

WFP battles logistical constraints and poor weather conditions to get food aid to survivors of the earthquake in Pakistan, using helicopters, trucks and one boat.

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