WFP has teamed up with the Bangladeshi Government to make sure kids missing school meals during COVID-19 shutdowns are getting the nutrition they need.
School closures "could do lasting damage," says WFP's executive director. The futures of more than a billion students worldwide are at stake.
Information is one of the most important weapons in a pandemic. Here's how WFP tech hubs are scaling up to help.
Millions of kids could go hungry during the pandemic without school meals. WFP wants to help.
WFP, UNICEF and the Honduran Government are helping teachers deliver food to out-of-school students on the remote Mosquito Coast - by bicycle.
Women and girls make up a majority of the world’s hungry people, largely as a result of unequal access to education. These two initiatives are changing that tradition.
See how two projects in Tanzania and Uganda are changing the lives of hundreds of young girls who wouldn't have been able to go to school without them.
Preliminary results of a Harvard University analysis show that globally, every dollar spent on a school meals program can bring returns of as much as $20.
ADM has a long history of giving to WFP USA, and recently, they’ve committed to support school feeding programs in Myanmar, Egypt and the Philippines. We caught up with Jennifer Ballinger, director of ADM Cares, to learn more about why ADM is passionate solving global hunger.
The four walls (and no roof) that Osman and his family call home is a building formerly used as a toilet. It took them four days to clean out. But still, his family is comparatively lucky.
Shadia, age 15, was displaced from her home in south Idlib in Syria in early September and now lives in a camp in north Idlib.
For millions of girls around the world, going to school is anything but guaranteed. These two projects are making education a reality for hundreds of them.