Nigerian Refugees Receive Food As Border Violence Continues
The only way to reach Sayam Forage, in a desert area of Niger's eastern edge, is on a bumpy road that never ends. Dusty shrubs flick by. The sameness of the landscape is hypnotic until we finally reach our destination, some 50 kilometres from the border with Nigeria.
Bangladesh unrest hits tea prices despite thin supplies
BANGLADESH-TEA/AUCTION:Bangladesh unrest hits tea prices despite thin supplies
British slaughterhouse owner fined over horsemeat scandal
BRITAIN-HORSEMEAT/:British slaughterhouse owner fined over horsemeat scandal
Food Brings Hope In Flooded Malawi
In Malawi, WFP is providing food assistance to hundreds of thousands of people who have suffered terrible loss as a result of unusually severe flooding. To Esnart Thomu and her family, the WFP rations are a life-line as they begin to rebuild their lives.
Kuwait Hosts WFP Photo Exhibition On Partnership To Assist Syrians In Crisis
KUWAIT - The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and the State of Kuwait today inaugurated a photo exhibition highlighting WFP's assistance to Syrians affected by the conflict now entering its fifth year.
FAO aims to increase funds for nutrition and climate change
FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva expressed hope that FAO's member countries would reach consensus this week on the agency's programme of work and budget prior to formal approval by the entire membership at the FAO Conference in June. The budget proposed for FAO's programme of work for 2016-2017 is $1.044 billion dollars.
Russia may ban fruit imports from Serbia - RIA
UKRAINE-CRISIS/RUSSIA-TRADE (URGENT):Russia may ban fruit imports from Serbia - RIA
Food On Its Way To Vanuatu Islands Worst-Hit By Cyclone Pam
ROME/PORT VILA - The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is supporting the Government of Vanuatu's food distributions in priority areas to feed survivors of Tropical Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu.
Cattle Egret searches for food near litter and waste at canal connected to river Nile in Cairo
A Cattle Egret searches for food near litter and waste at a canal which is connected to the river Nile in Cairo March 22, 2015. World Water Day is observed on March 22. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
Crisis–stricken farmers need urgent help to plant in the Central African Republic
Farmers in the Central African Republic are in urgent need of seeds and tools for the upcoming planting season in April to prevent further deterioration of the livelihoods of vulnerable populations in the conflict-stricken country, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said today.