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10 Ways to Help
Pakistan, One Year Later
A Born Leader
The famine continues in southern Somalia, and the
entire Horn of Africa region is our top priority. To see
exactly where people are going hungry and how we’re
getting food to them, check out our new interactive
map. And please share it with others.
In Kenya, Drew Barrymore recently visited the
Kiltimany village where she’s funding the construction
of the Akili Barrymore Primary School. Watch a video
from her trip!
Drew Barrymore in Kenya
Refugee to Aid Worker
10 Ways to
In honor of World Humanitarian Day last Friday, we asked
our Facebook community what they would do to change the
world. Here’s what they said – which would you choose?
a) End world hunger
b) End racism and hatred
c) Education for every child
sure how?
save lives.
Inspired to
email and
Want to help in the Horn of Africa, but not
Here are 10 things you can do to help
take action? Then tweet at us @wfp
hashtag #hoacrisis) or respond to this
let us know how you’re helping.
Pakistan, One Year Later
One year ago, torrential monsoon rains unleashed a
wave of flooding across Pakistan in what would
become the worst natural disaster in the country’s
history. Today, flood victims are getting back on their
feet with
WFP’s help.
Meet four
whose lives we’ve helped change
Josette Sheeran’s TED Talk
WFP Executive Director Josette Sheeran took the stage at
TEDGlobal 2011 to talk about why, in a world with enough
food for everyone, people still go hungry. Watch now.
A Born Leader
Meet Andrew. He’s 11 years old and from Ghana, where most people live on about $7 a day.
After two failed attempts at raising money to feed children in the Horn of Africa, the donations
started coming in.
Read his story.
Drew Barrymore in Kenya
WFP Ambassador Drew Barrymore recently traveled back to Kenya, a country she fell in love
with years ago. Drew is dedicated to changing the lives of women and children in the country,
and to getting the rest of the world to join her.
Finding Hope in Dadaab
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live and
work "in the field" for WFP? Follow Rose as she takes you
on a journey from her home base in Nairobi to Dadaab
refugee camp.
"A simple, healthy meal in a school is so important. I saw how it changes a girl’s life forever. And
right now it is such a crucial safety net for the families during this drought crisis."
Read more about Drew’s trip.
Ethiopia: From Refugee to Aid Worker
Fehti Mohammed and his family fled Ethiopia when he
was a young boy. Now, he’s back in his native country
working with WFP. What does this mean to Fehti?
Read his story.
Video: Food Drop in Sudan
An airdrop like you’ve never seen it before! Check out this
video of WFP partner Samaritan’s Purse distributing our
food in Southern Sudan.
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