Meet Mohamad, a tiny tea enthusiast and Syrian refugee living in Lebanon. His is a story about how important tea is to communities around the world who rely on WFP for help.
The sheer scale and complexity of the challenges in Africa and other regions will stretch the resources and capacity of WFP and other agencies to the limit.
The Mt. Lebanon famine killed 200,000 people between 1915 and 1918. The situation in Syria today looks eerily similar.
Fatima is one of many mothers living in a makeshift refugee camp in Lebanon. Each one has a different story to tell, none of which are easy to hear. This is Fatima's.
The additional allocation of $43.8 million is transferred through electronic cards to 358,000 people. The majority of that cash is spent on essentials like food, shelter, health care and education.
WFP's Dalili App is innovating humanitarian assistance and empowering Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
Conflict in Syria forced Hussein's family to flee to Lebanon, where they are rebuilding a life at a refugee camp.
WFP provides e-cards for displaced families, allowing them to purchase the kind of food they need with dignity and choice.
For Syrian refugees, many rest easy knowing what their children will enjoy when they walk through the doors of their classrooms far away from home: a nutritious school meal.