On International School Meals Day, WFP USA would like to share a letter we recently received from a young girl named Yvonne in Mathare, one of the largest slums in Nairobi, Kenya.
Every mother, everywhere, has this same hope for her children: That they grow up healthy and strong.
You might remember that we recently partnered with a trio of burger joints in Pittsburgh to launch "FEED-uary,” a month-long campaign to raise money for school meals by making each burger count.
A line of people wait to enter a grocery store in San Cristobal, Venezuela, where 15 people have died during recent protests.
Cost of an average smartphone: $335
Two women share sorghum rations across the razor-wire coils that protect the UN compound in Malakal, South Sudan. (WFP/Challiss McDonough)
Here at the WFP USA headquarters in Washington D.C., we're gearing up for the launch of the 2014 Live Below the Line challenge. This year, we're teaming up with schools, clubs, companies
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