WFP food assistance is helping make sure that displaced children like Shahzad can lead dignified lives until the time comes when they can go back to their lives and homes.
Nick Kristof writes compellingly in the NY Times that children suffering from malnutrition "don't cry. They don't smile. They don't move. They don't show a flicker of pain or interest." In his insightful piece, Nick has drawn some of the same conclusions that we have drawn here at WFP -- that it is critical to provide sound nutrition as we reach hungry people around the world.
A new school feeding programme in the Pool province of the Republic of Congo is enough to persuade many poor parents to send their children to school.