16 July 2015

In Palestine, WFP Reaches Out To Food Insecure West Bank Bedouins

Aziz, a West Bank Bedouin from Area C, lives in Um Al-Khayr - once one of the richest nomadic communities in the area. But much like the rest of the 30,000 people living in the area, residents of the village in the south Hebron Hills face major restrictions on movement and construction.

15 July 2015

Building Roads and Resilience in Chad

Since December 2013, conflict in the Central African Republic (CAR) has caused 113,000 Chadians in CAR to flee, returning to their home country. Though it seems like coming home would be easy, most of these people left Chad decades ago and no longer have a solid support network in their home country.

14 July 2015

A Tale of Two Schools: School Meals in Mali

Korka is in the second grade at Bankass school in Kani Kombole, and Amadou, in the sixth grade in Bandiagara school in Bendiely might live far apart - but they both have one thing in common: The World Food Programme's (WFP) school meals have helped to get them into the classroom and keep them there.

14 July 2015

Making The Most Of Soya In Afghanistan

A World Food Programme (WFP) project in Afghanistan is hoping to establish soya as a major crop and source of protein across the country.

14 July 2015

WFP Sri Lanka Boosts Data Collection with New Software System

Data collection and monitoring have improved at the World Food Programme (WFP) Sri Lanka, as the country office joins several others in adopting Android tablets equipped with specially designed software.

10 July 2015

In Kenya, Refugees Happy To Get Dates Despite Ration Cuts

With the support of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, The World Food Programme (WFP) has provided 212 metric tons of dates to the refugees in Dadaab, Kenya.

9 July 2015

VoucherChef: Mujadara

Welcome to WFP’s new recipe series. Find out about the culinary abilities of a Jordanian mother who benefits from WFP’s cash-for-training programme that gives her a bit of an income while she gets equipped with new skills that will help her get a job.

9 July 2015

Nutrition: A Child’s First 1,000 Days In The Philippines

In line with the Zero Hunger Challenge and the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) initiative of ensuring zero stunted children, the World Food Programme (WFP) is committed to preventing stunting in children through nutrition interventions for pregnant and nursing women and children aged 6-23 months. Read how families in the Philippines learn how to improve their nutrition.

Food For Assets
8 July 2015

Zimbabwean Bakers Rolling In Dough: How One Bakery Is Fending Off Hunger

Brick by brick twenty-eight women and men in rural Zimbabwe have laid the foundation to their cooperatively-owned bakery, also laying the groundwork for a hunger-free future in their community.

8 July 2015

Central African Republic: Supporting Returnees to Rebuild Their Lives

With support from France, The World Food Programme (WFP) officially launched a voucher programme to support internally displaced persons (IDPs) living around the M'Poko airport site in Bangui, Central African Republic (CAR), as they return home after having lived through months of uncertainty.


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