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UN and Africa: focus on Timbuktu, food assistance and children in South Sudan

Islamist militant from Mali pleads guilty to Timbuktu war crimes

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“Equity” and access to food is main “challenge”

Making sure that everyone gets access to food is one of the main challenges facing the international community according to the World Food Programme (WFP).

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Over 6.5 million people in Malawi in need of emergency food aid

The largest ever emergency food relief operation in Malawi’s history has kicked off on Wednesday, according to the World Food Programme (WFP).

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Syrian town receives first food convoy since 2012

For the first time in four years, food aid has reached the besieged Syrian town of Darayya, the World Food Programme (WFP) has reported.

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UN and Africa: focus on LDCs, peace in Darfur and campaign to help farmers in CAR

Least developed countries must go at “higher speed”

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Insurance “safety net” will help guard against farming disasters

A bigger insurance “safety net” for farmers at risk of losing everything in a natural disaster is being extended by the World Food Programme (WFP).

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UN and Africa: focus on displaced people in Nigeria, Zika virus, El Niño and Liberia sanctions

Nigerian nurse describes sheltering 50 people fleeing Boko Haram

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Climate change map will help fight global hunger

An online research tool which examines how climate change may increase hunger vulnerability across the globe has been launched by the World Food Programme (WFP).

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No end to hunger without "ambitious" climate action

World hunger won’t end unless “ambitious action” is taken to address the causes and effects of climate change.

That’s according to a senior expert at the World Food Programme (WFP).

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“ShareTheMeal” and feed Syrian refugee children

Fifty cents—whether in Euro or United States coins—probably won’t buy you much anywhere in the world.

But this relatively small sum can feed a hungry child for an entire day, according to the World Food Programme (WFP).

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