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UNAIDS welcomes Chile’s public apology in landmark case of involuntary sterilization of women living with HIV
WFP welcomes United States Government’s contribution to tackle food insecurity in Malawi
World Food Programme welcomes US$ 1.7 million from Japan for Lesotho school feeding operation
France, Unicef and WFP join hands to improve child health and nutrition in Lao PDR
UNAIDS urges leaders to tackle inequalities and fully embrace human rights to beat emerging pandemics
WFP experts at major event to tackle impact of increasing disasters
WFP in partnership with Seven Circles publish first-of-its kind cookbook to empower women in Egypt
Italy provides new funding for tackling malnutrition in Sudan
WFP trains commercial rice mills on rice fortification
UNAIDS warns that stigmatizing language on Monkeypox jeopardises public health
UNAIDS tells Davos that economic recovery and health security will fail unless leaders tackle inequality
‘Largest-ever number’ in need, warns UN relief chief
Japan contributes USD 1.5 million to help Sri Lanka provide food assistance to people affected by economic crisis
Failing to open Ukrainian ports means declaring war on global food security, WFP Chief warns UN Security Council
Conflict in Ukraine highlights urgent need to build resilient food systems with people at their heart
WFP and Government of Japan partner to provide lifesaving assistance to crisis-affected families in Chad
Ukraine conflict highlights urgent need to build resilient food systems with people at their heart
Nations must ‘act together, urgently and with solidarity’ to end crisis of food insecurity
Incentivizing collaboration towards health-related Sustainable Development Goals
Syrian refugees in Iraq, risk losing access to basic food supplies
Syrian refugees in Iraq will lose access to basic foods without urgent funds
British ambassador visits school feeding programme in Khatlon region
Boost for food security in South Sudan as nine ventures bag US$200,000 in WFP-UNDP’s IGNITE Food Systems Challenge
Canada supports WFP’s life-saving work in Iraq
With funding from China, Ministry of Health and WFP start distribution of super cereal to women in Timor-Leste
Nearly 20 million going hungry
Humanitarian assistance averted food security catastrophe in harsh winter months, but hunger persists
People require humanitarian assistance, livelihood support, jobs, and long-term investment to help solve crisis
11 years of conflict: with hunger at historic levels, millions of Syrians hang by thread
WFP appeals for re-opening of Ukraine ports to avert looming famine threat
WFP calls for urgent opening of Ukrainian ports to help rein in global hunger crisis
WFP welcomes EUR 25 million from European Union for humanitarian multipurpose cash and food assistance
UNAIDS warmly welcomes confirmation of John Nkengasong to lead United States global efforts to end AIDS
7.7 million people displaced inside Ukraine, warns UN emergency relief chief
World Food Programme signs MoU with Government of Ukraine to provide half million people with cash
Better prevention and targeting of root causes needed to combat food crises
Global Report on Food Crises: acute food insecurity hits new highs
15 tonnes of lifesaving Covid supplies arrive in Samoa
Championing youth participation in disaster management, Indonesia and Bangladesh share good practice
WFP welcomes funding from France to combat child malnutrition in drought-stricken southern Madagascar
Sharp rise in food insecurity in Caribbean, survey finds
WFP provides emergency food assistance to displaced people and host families
U.N. World Food Programme announces Tony Yoo as Chef Advocate for Republic of Korea
WFP welcomes US$1 million from Government of Republic of Korea to support Yemen
WFP assistance relieved thousands as hunger levels rose in Sierra Leone in 2021
Ukraine: Remarks by IOM Director General, Antonio Vitorino, at UN Security Council
Worsening drought in Horn of Africa puts up to 20 million at risk: WFP
Aid agencies step up relief deliveries as humanitarian situation worsens