Throughout this year, the World Food Programme (WFP) has increased assistance to all famine risk areas in Yemen, but as the economy keeps deteriorating, families are struggling to survive even with food assistance
When conflict erupted between Armenia and Azerbaijan in September 2020, it displaced thousands of people from Nagorno-Karabakh, a landlocked mountainous region, the focus of a long-standing dispute between the two countries.
When safety becomes too much to ask for, there is no choice but to leave everything behind. This is how Dalia, a mother of three, felt in 2011 when she and her husband decided to flee their Syrian hometown of Idlib to neighbouring Turkey.
In the northern region of Tigray, Aster and her husband rely on World Food Programme support to survive — with the risk of famine imminent for some 350,000 people, WFP is calling for funds to assist 2.1 million
As Syria marks the grim anniversary of ten years of fighting, the World Food Programme's Rania Sarraj reveals how she turned to humanitarian work after witnessing its devastating impact on her hometown