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Food Security is Security

School meals are an important part of WFP's emergency response to the conflict in Mali. They give children like these an added reason to attend school while providing them with the calories and nutrition they need to be healthy. (WFP/Daouda Guirou)

"Food security is security," says a UN World Food Programme official, and if you are an elected official responsible for food aid budgets, you need to know that. Read More »

Plumpy’Doz Needed in Syria to Stop Deadly Child Malnutrition

The hunger crisis in Syria is putting children at risk of deadly malnutrition. Read More »

School Meals Vital to Recovery in Burkina Faso

When food becomes scarce and high-priced as it did in the Sahel last year, food at school becomes a life-changer. Read More »

Senator Brown Urges School Meals at Home and Abroad

Sherrod Brown is advocating for school meals abroad as an important piece of U.S. foreign policy Read More »

Pope Can Unite World in Ending Hunger

Pope Francis can be a powerful leader in uniting all people and faiths in ending world hunger. Read More »

Saving the Children in South Sudan

Peace cannot be founded in South Sudan with malnourished and stunted children. Read More »

The Candy Bombers Is More Than a History Lesson

Brings the blockade of Berlin to life while offering lessons for the present. Read More »

Food for Work, Winter Rations Crucial in Kyrgyzstan

The UN World Food Programme (WFP) is helping provide food aid in Kyrgyzstan which is especially crucial in the winter months Read More »

Interview: Dr. Al Forsyth on Helping and Learning with FreeRice

Dr. Al Forsyth says "I think the concept of FreeRice – learning and helping – is brilliant." Read More »

Harsh Weather, Low Funding New Threats to Syrian Refugees

Heavy rains, snow, and cold threaten Syrian refugees. Read More »