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Farmers in south-central Somalia the country's grain basket, which has been severely affected by conflict and drought in recent years are for the first time growing and selling grain for other Somalis as part of a United Nations-supported initiative.
The UN says 2.2 million people will be in need of food assistance until the end of March, based on a 2013 government-led joint survey by the Zimbabwe Vulnerability Assessment Committee (ZimVAC)...The Zimbabwean media have reportedly extensively on
In the vast swamplands of South Sudan's Sudd region, tens of thousands of recently displaced people (IDPs) are living with little food and no sanitation facilities on inaccessible islands, according to local officials. They fled after attackers,
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) announced today that a major funding gap is forcing the agency to scale back geographical coverage of its work in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and to instead focus on what it describes as "
As Mali slowly emerges from its 2012 political crisis and the Islamist insurgency in the north, the new government and its partners are focusing on long-term development. But aid groups warn that there are humanitarian needs that must be addressed
Burj Al Arab are announcing a partnership set to send the Emirate's fine dining scene soaring in support of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP). A grand finale to the inaugural Dubai Food Festival, the High Table dinner is a once-in-a-
A UNICEF-led joint nutrition assessment on the situation of Syrian refugees in Lebanon was launched today, revealing malnutrition as a silent, emerging threat. UNICEF, in partnership with Lebanon’s Ministry of Public Health (
The head of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) warned on Friday that high levels of malnutrition could hold Zimbabwe back from reaching its full potential, during a visit to the country at the peak of its lean season. Food insecurity
Terrible roads, the threat of violence and insufficient resources are hampering efforts to assist up to 400,000 people displaced by violence in the south of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), say humanitarian organizations. On the ground, relief
The UN has launched an emergency food airlift to the Central African Republic (CAR). The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) spokesperson Alexis Masciarelli said on Wednesday that "This is our biggest emergency air