The coronavirus could push 10 million more people into hunger across Latin America and the Caribbean. Here's how WFP plans to respond.
A shipment of rice and lentils has arrived to Laos from the US: the donation will feed kids in Laos once schools reopen in September.
The socio-economic impact of coronavirus in East Africa and the Horn could kill more people than the pandemic itself.
It's part of a global hub-and-spokes flight system for medical and humanitarian supplies, transporting health workers to the front lines of the pandemic.
WFP is scaling up its work in Iraq to help refugees affected by the pandemic.
It's National Nurses Day, and we're taking a moment to recognize some of the most crucial members of our global community. Meet the nurses working alongside WFP to save lives.
With air travel at a standstill, how do frontline responders get the supplies they need? WFP's new network of logistic hubs will bridge the gap.
Information is one of the most important weapons in a pandemic. Here's how WFP tech hubs are scaling up to help.
Three Afghans share their stories of getting help from WFP. They're the reason funding is needed to survive the pandemic.
A single mother in Zimbabwe struggles under the threat of coronavirus: her crops are failing, her children are out of school and food is increasingly scarce. Here's how WFP is helping.
Coronavirus has exacerbated the lives of refugees who've been living in the Sahara Desert for the past 45 years. Here's our appeal, and how we plan to help.
On March 30, WFP officially classified the COVID-19 crisis as an L3 emergency. But what, exactly, does this mean?