WFP's work is...
➡️Saving lives: WFP assistance makes the difference between life and death for millions of people caught up in crises.
➡️Changing lives: We also help communities to adapt to climate change, become more resilient, access good nutrition, & improve food systems.
“Women are bearing the brunt of hunger in Afghanistan,” says the
’s Mary-Ellen McGroarty. “I meet many young women who are the only breadwinner in the family, and can’t go to work. It is absolutely heartbreaking.”
Pleased to hear that the 4th
convoy with food for people in north-west
has returned safely to Aleppo from Sarmada, Idleb. Cross-line convoys are important complementary mechanisms to the indispensable humanitarian support delivered through cross-border access points.
⬆️📸Muntaha and Hussain's family fled to
Recent food price hikes are threatening the food security of
families from Syria such as theirs.
Now “everything is expensive. What was priced at 500 dinar, now it becomes 1,000 dinar.”
NEW: Syrian families living in camps in
face alarming levels of food insecurity.
WFP and UNHCR
have supported Syrian refugees since the onset of the crisis and continue to do so, yet rising food prices are placing them at greater risk.
delivered meal kits to the settlement of Mala Rohan, Kharkivska oblast, which has been under occupation for more than a month. In partnership with the
, volunteers delivered one ton of meal kits on their own vehicles.
When you don't have food security, you're not going to have any security at all. If the world is serious about averting famine, destabilization & mass migration, we must address the root causes of hunger.
My full briefing at
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The right to food does not discriminate.
WFP strives to ensure inclusion throughout our organization and operations, and we celebrate the diversity of our workforce and the people we serve today and every day.
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Having survived the bombing of their home in Kharkiv, the Arseniev family tell their story from
They are now some of the 3.6 million Ukrainians who receive emergency food assistance from WFP.
It's green!💚Another little boy is no longer malnourished!
Three-year-old Ahed was diagnosed with moderate acute malnutrition in early 2021. He has been treated in a
-supported Health Centre in Sana'a & has now fully recovered.
Yemen's children can't wait.