What matters to the people of Yemen: finding enough food to survive.
If you are looking for progress and hope in Afghanistan, invest in universal feeding for children.
The Freestore Foodbank of Cincinnati and the WFP's Purchase for Progress initiative help find the most efficient ways to fight hunger.
Yêhouéssi lost everything he owned in the flooding. His home is gone. His fields are gone.
The World Food Programme is short on funding for its programs for the vulnerable segments of the Iraqi population.
It's about getting foreign policy priorities in order. It's time to get started on START and food security.
UNICEF and WFP need the special foods plumpy'nut and supplementary plumpy to feed children in Yemen.
Robert Patterson, President Truman's Secretary of War, certainly knew about war. But he also knew what was needed for peace.
Malnutrition jeopardize the futures of many Pakistani children.
There is fear of another food price crisis, a second silent tsunami of global hunger which will engulf even more millions.