Nina Yarosh fled her home with nothing when war broke out in Ukraine, moving from Kharkiv to Dnipro with her husband. Now she’s working as a Programme Associate with the World Food Programme. This is her story.
The World Food Programme is launching Five Calls to Action to address today’s record-high humanitarian needs as leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the US, and UK prepare to meet – ending conflict is high on the agenda
Volli Carucci, WFP’s Director of Resilience and Food Systems, and Gernot Laganda, Director of Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction, explain why it’s more important than ever to help communities to adapt to climate change, transform our food systems and build resilience in a changing environment.
Four years after the Security Council passed the landmark resolution 2417, World Food Programme Head of Emergencies Margot van der Velden explains why in a year of unprecedented hunger marking the anniversary is so important
WFP is using cash transfers in Ukraine and beyond to help relieve the essential needs of people affected by the global food crisis. Meanwhile, harvests from Ukrainian farms such as Andriy’s are failing to be shipped to the destinations where they are needed most.