In 1995, WFP reached 50 million people: victims of man-made and natural disasters; mothers and children; and the poorest of the poor in developing countries. Fewer people than last year were victims of emergencies. A peace accord came into place in the former Yugoslavia. There was political progress on the refugee crisis caused by the Rwandan exodus. A steady process towards rehabilitation also began in Angola and Mozambique. For the World Food Programme, this has provided some basis for optimism that the tremendous pressure exerted by political crises on its energy and resources may ease in the coming years.