Foreign Policy magazine reports on Thursday, January 26, it had seen an executive order from President Donald Trump's administration that proposed cuts of 40% in voluntary US funding for UN agencies
The Philippines has been a beneficiary of different United Nations programs for many years, especially after Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan)
Britain and France are calling for urgent aid for besieged Syrian towns, particularly Daraya, Moadamiyeh, and Madaya
The shipment will meet food needs of 'at least one million internally displaced people and 200,000 South Sudanese for 3 months,' WFP Sudan chief Adnan Khan tells reporters
Centers in Clark and General Santos City are being considered to ensure immediate response of the government wherever a disaster strikes in the country
(UPDATED) More people will need humanitarian relief assistance from 2016 to 2017 due to food shortages
The UN food agency says an "unprecedented response" to its fundraising campaign meant it could fully reinstate its food assistance to Syrian refugees
At least 40,000 people are starving to death in South Sudan war zones on the brink of famine, the United Nations say, in a plea to rival forces to let aid in.
The Philippines is praised by other governments worldwide for its booming economy, but actual Filipino homes paint a different story
(UPDATED) The former head of the World Food Programme and vice chairman of the World Economic Forum provides an insight into the relevance of high-level summits like APEC
The country's poorest provinces are divided on whether it is the government or the families themselves that should be 'responsible' for their lack of food
More than half of poor Filipino households among the country's poorest provinces say they do not waste food, an August-September 2015 World Food Programme survey reveals
Among the poorest provinces in the Philippines, majority of the poor borrow money from retail stores to survive food shortages
Families in the Philippines' poorest provinces cite inadequate income and lack of a job as reasons why they experience hunger
With the Philippines being hailed as Asia's rising tiger, it might be forgotten that some of its cubs are growing hungrier by the day
More than 1.2 million children are suffering from moderate to acute malnutrition and over half a million children are severely malnourished
Political commitment on hunger is 'in the hands of the people,' says DSWD Secretary Dinky Soliman
Before the typhoon season rolls in, the DSWD and the World Food Programme reassess disaster response mechanisms both agencies undertook in the past years
Rappler talked to the Department of Social Welfare and Development and the World Food Programme on Monday, June 29, about the impact and importance of hunger mitigation and poverty alleviation programs in the Philippines
Leaving their countries with only the clothes on their back, refugees need to feed and nourish themselves under harsh conditions
The 4 pillars against hunger include emergencies, safety nets, nutrition, and agriculture
Diplomats say the Russian statement, appealing for an immediate ceasefire or at least humanitarian pause in Yemen, was not rejected out of hand but that council members need time to consider the wording
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Press release from World Food Programme: Manny Pacquiao, alongside restaurants, donate cash to fight hunger
Press release: The United Nations World Food Programme is partnering with the Philippine government to further build capacity for disaster preparedness and response in the country
The Philippines did not achieve #ZeroHunger in 2014 but different projects and programs show that the fight is still going on
(UPDATED) Humanitarian agencies are sending unmanned aerial vehicles to assess the situation in affected areas, and gathering social media to know the needs of affected communities
What more reason do we need to end hunger? Nearly a billion people worldwide sleep on an empty stomach.
'Aiming for #ZeroHunger' highlights the best practices and challenges faced by those fighting hunger and malnutrition in the country.
'Right now, we’re seeing a fight. Policy versus practice,' says Florinda Panlilio of the National Nutrition Council
On Tuesday, August 19, the world will observe the Humanitarian Day 'to celebrate the spirit that inspires humanitarian work around the world'
'The restrictions on movement in the most affected areas threatens food security,' WFP spokeswoman Fabienne Pompey says
(2nd UPDATE) Israel's ground incursion, launched on the 10th day of an operation to stamp out rocket fire from Gaza, has killed dozens and forced thousands of people to flee
An early warning system for hunger and food insecurity helps local government units create 'timely interventions'
Atok, Benguet is abundant with vegetables, and yet more than 25% of its children are stunted or short for their age
Regardless of the score, a completed quiz provides a warm and healthy meal to a hungry child in countries covered by WFP, including the Philippines
Do you surf the Internet often? Why not make the most out of social media and use it as a tool to help fight hunger?
DSWD responds: Scenes shown in report not shot in the same place
The network, however, stands by its story and maintains it did not withhold any information from the DSWD
WFP's food for work program helps Zamboanga City residents get back on their feet
KC Concepcion discusses her fight against hunger in the Philippines and indifference toward it.
The WFP's National Ambassador Against Hunger goes to Leyte to distribute specialized foods to almost 100,000 undernourished children
Women account for around 60% of the world’s chronically hungry, despite producing more than half of the world's food
There is enough food in the world for everyone, but one-third of all food is wasted globally
Is it possible to see an end to hunger in the PH? DSWD Secretary Soliman, Camarines Sur Representative Leni Robredo, and WFP country director Praveen Agrawal discuss.
Is the end of hunger possible? The answer to this question is yes it is, and yes it is possible to end it in our lifetime. Watch this discussion below.