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As the world's largest hunger relief agency, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) works with hundreds of grassroots partners in more than 75 countries to deliver hope to families in need. This summer, a student at Northwestern University traveled more than 25,000 miles across 6 countries and 4 continents to learn about these local organizations and how they are making a huge impact on child malnutrition. Here is her story.
How do you tell the story of a meal? Renowned chef Jamie Oliver awarded these three photos (above) as the best examples of how to illustrate one of the most universal, intimate and important aspects of our lives: The family meal.
Last night at the Oscars, we watched actor David Oyelowo bring the effort to tackle Ebola to center stage.
Last weekend I sat glued to the TV with a broken heart as my favorite soccer team, the Black Stars of Ghana, lost in a penalty shootout during the final game of the African Cup of Nations.
Earlier this week the U.S. government provided a life-saving contribution of $165 million to the U.N.
After making a goal against French opponent Caen this weekend, international soccer star Zlatan Ibrahimović took off his shirt to reveal his new—not out of ego, but humanity.
Last summer, hundreds of boys and girls in some of the world’s poorest classrooms drew what a world without hunger would look like for a global art competition sponsored by the U.N. World Food Programme (WFP).
WFP Finance Officer Nora Poghosyan just completed an emergency deployment to Liberia. The mother of two recently spoke with WFP colleague Alessandra D'Angelo about the challenges of fighting the worst Ebola outbreak in history.
In just four years, life has changed dramatically for the people of Syria. Their country is now beyond recognition.
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