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Juliana Kemokai lost her mother, husband, sister and son to the Ebola virus that has ravaged Sierra Leone. As she lay in a hospital bed in the southeastern city of Kenema last July, Juliana thought she would follow them.
When disaster strikes, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) immediately mobilizes a response team to reach survivors in need.
11-year-old Nicolas and his two friends (above) are students at the American School of Madrid.
The trio of fifth graders recently launched a school fundraiser for Coins 4 Kids, an initiative that encourages supporters to collect change to provide school meals for children in Nairobi, Kenya.
World Food Programme (WFP) communications officer Donaig Le Du met with some of those survivors in Kakata, Magibi County, ahead of a food distribution.
In the courtyard of the Musimi Primary School in Tanzania sits a 6,600-gallon water tank painted bright blue and white—the signature colors of the United Nations World Food Programme.
March 22 is World Water Day—a time to recognize one of the most precious resources on our planet.
Ertharin Cousin, the Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Programme, recently appeared on CNN to talk about her work and why empowering women is the key to solving hunger.
After more than four years of fighting, the conflict in Syria has pushed more than half of the country’s population into homelessness.
WFP Communications Officer Dina El-Kassaby shares words of hope from Syrian refugees who have survived four years of war.
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