#World Food Program

  • Article: Trenches and Blockades in Malawi Save Communities From Cyclone Flooding
    Environment

    Trenches and Blockades in Malawi Save Communities From Cyclone Flooding

    May 22, 2019|Voice of America

    Cyclone Idai displaced 90,000 people in Malawi. Read more

  • Article: UN May Suspend Aid to Yemen After Rebels Steal Food Donations
    Food & Hunger

    UN May Suspend Aid to Yemen After Rebels Steal Food Donations

    By Gabrielle Deonath|May 21, 2019

    With food aid not reaching Yemen’s needy, the UN threatens to pull out of rebel-controlled areas. Read more

  • Article: Trenches, Blockades in Malawi Save Communities From Cyclone Flooding
    Environment

    Trenches, Blockades in Malawi Save Communities From Cyclone Flooding

    May 20, 2019|Voice of America

    Cyclone Idai displaced nearly 90,000 people in the country. Read more

  • Article: UN Reached 9.5 Million Yemenis With Food in December
    Food & Hunger

    UN Reached 9.5 Million Yemenis With Food in December

    By Joe McCarthy|Jan. 15, 2019

    “For every child killed by bombs and bullets, dozens are starving to death. Read more

  • Article: Venezuelans Flee to Colombia to Escape Hunger, but Find Little Relief
    Food & Hunger

    Venezuelans Flee to Colombia to Escape Hunger, but Find Little Relief

    April 16, 2018|News Deeply

    Colombia has taken in at least 660,000 Venezuelan migrants. Read more

  • Article: Here’s How Much Food Really Costs for People Around the World
    Food & Hunger

    Here’s How Much Food Really Costs for People Around the World

    By Joe McCarthy|Oct. 18, 2017

    For millions of people around the world, a simple plate of food is a luxury. Read more

  • Article: Trump-Obsessed Media Is Ignoring a Massive Famine, WFP Chief Says
    Food & Hunger

    Trump-Obsessed Media Is Ignoring a Massive Famine, WFP Chief Says

    By James O'Hare|May 22, 2017

    “If we don’t receive the funding we need …we literally have to determine who lives and who dies.” Read more

  • Article: Famine Is Making South Sudan the ‘Fastest Growing Refugee Crisis’
    Food & Hunger

    Famine Is Making South Sudan the ‘Fastest Growing Refugee Crisis’

    By James O'Hare|May 17, 2017

    5.5 million people will be food insecure as famine worsens in South Sudan. Read more