Laure Chadraoui ,a World Food Programme (WFP) officer, shares her experience in war-torn Syria
The bloody struggle to possess Jerusalem a depressing revelation of man's troubled soul.
If the Syrian conflict continues, humanitarian needs are only going to increase.
WFP got its start helping Syria rebuild from World War I and is aiding many victims of conflict there today.
The recent massacre at a Sikh Temple was a brutal lesson in the inevitable consequences of the color line.
A full supply of supplementary plumpy for children in Yemen would provide the nation a break from the malnutrition storm.
The diary offers an insightful look into daily military life from the perspective of a top trauma surgeon.
The UN World Food Programme (WFP) has been unable to fulfill its school feeding plan for Yemeni children for several years.
The growing hunger crisis is going to require the U.S. to build up its Food for Peace program.
Abeer Etefa of the UN World Food Programme provides an update on the humanitarian crisis in Syria.