In a sea of green, we see opportunity and growth. That is what Ryanwil M. Baldovino of Philippines, winner of the International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) photo contest, tried to convey.
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After several delays due to insecurity, many schools opened today in the conflict-torn Central African Republic (C.A.R.) As children are back in class, WFP's school meals program has restarted.
You would never think the elegant Audrey Hepburn — the actress known for such classics as Roman Holiday, War and Peace and Breakfast at Tiffany's — had suffered from hunger as a child. But she did.
Following many years of internal conflict, the Republic of South Sudan gained independence from Sudan through a referendum in July 2011.
With the standoff for the besieged Syrian town of Kobani intensifying every day, the influx of refugees to Turkish towns like Suruc continues – the majority of them women, children, the elderly and the disabled.
MeiLan Wechsler was just 7 when she saw a TV news story about a drought and famine in Africa. The images of children her age who did not have enough to eat haunted her and she wondered what she could do to help.
The tales of life in Syrian refugee camps are mostly stories of trauma, poverty and homesickness. But in Jordan's Zaatari camp, green shoots of hope are growing.
There are about 570 million farms in the world, and 500 million of them are family farms. That means families run nine out of 10 farms and produce 80 percent of the world’s food.
Land, sea, air — to get food to the hungry, WFP's logistics team has to negotiate some of the toughest terrain on the planet. Every year WFP reaches more than 90 million beneficiaries in 74 countries.
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