A unique view of all the ways WFP is assisting millions of people worldwide.
“Your generation is the one that can end hunger.” And with that, Catherine Bertini, the former executive director of the World Food Programme and professor at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, kicked off the 2016 Universities Fighting World Hunger Summit.
The School Meals Programme in Nepal launches Clean, Feed, Read, Learn campaign for better integration of literacy, health and nutrition
In every village, children are surrounded by isolated green slopes and ever-present mist in a land known for its ethereal beauty — Bhutan. Sitting on the southeastern slopes of the Himalayas, the country paints a perfect picture of an inherent, communal love for nature.
As the World Food Programme (WFP) increasingly uses cash-based assistance in the Philippines, women farmers like Analyn are able to grow their own produce and choose what to buy with the money they earn.
A women's group in Matanog, Maguindanao is able to transform and sustain Marayag Lake into a source of alternative livelihood for their community.
In Latin American and the Caribbean nearly 85 million children receive a daily breakfast, snack or lunch at their schools. School meals are often the only regular and nutritious meal a child receives.
WFP is working towards a world where school meals are universal. School meals are an effective safety net, helping to ensure every child has access to education, health and nutrition. In the fight against hunger, school meals are a sound investment in the future of the next generation. WFP is supporting the International School Meals Day (#ISMD2016) on March 3, 2016. This quick guide helps to explain school meals around the globe.
Welcome to FamilyChef, the recipe series of the World Food Programme (WFP). Iron-rich sangrecita, quick and easy to prepare, is ideal for anyone suffering from anaemia.
Across Afghanistan, WFP is using cash-based transfers and has pre-positioned vital supplies to ensure that those who need it most have food during the winter months.
In a remote town in Upi, Maguindanao, parents, teachers, and local government leaders are working together to ensure that their children get the right food at the right time through the World Food Programme's (WFP) school meals project.