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Australia Helps WFP Feed South Sudanese In Sudan (17 September 2015, Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir)

Australia Helps WFP Feed South Sudanese In Sudan (17 September 2015, Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir)

Behind every WFP school meal is a child with a dream. Take 13-year-old Sreythy in Cambodia. She loves math and literature, and she hopes to be a teacher. Her family receives USDA rice as incentive for her to attend school and make this dream come true.

Behind every WFP school meal is a child with a dream. Take 13-year-old Sreythy in Cambodia. She loves math and literature, and she hopes to be a teacher. Her family receives USDA rice as incentive for her to attend school and make this dream come true.

Food from USAID was carried in the first WFP convoy into South Sudan from Sudan. The convoy had enough food for 45,000 people for a month. (10 November 2014)

Food from USAID was carried in the first WFP convoy into South Sudan from Sudan. The convoy had enough food for 45,000 people for a month. (10 November 2014)

Thanks to funding from the EU's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO), this woman in Myanmar can prepare a meal for her family. © World Food Programme / Chris Terry – supported by the EU

Thanks to funding from the EU's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO), this woman in Myanmar can prepare a meal for her family. © World Food Programme / Chris Terry – supported by the EU

Canada's contribution of nearly US$1.8 million in the development of “Mi Comidita,” a fortified food supplement produced in Guatemala with support from WFP and the government, is improving the lives of mothers and children across the country. (28 May 2014, Photo: WFP/Francisco Fión)

Canada's contribution of nearly US$1.8 million in the development of “Mi Comidita,” a fortified food supplement produced in Guatemala with support from WFP and the government, is improving the lives of mothers and children across the country. (28 May 2014, Photo: WFP/Francisco Fión)

This woman, a Colombian refugees in Ecuador, is part of an EU-funded smallholder farmer association. She sells her produce at local markets, where refugees receive assistance via electronic card. (15 October 2014, Photo: World Food Programme/Chris Terry, supported by the EU)

This woman, a Colombian refugees in Ecuador, is part of an EU-funded smallholder farmer association. She sells her produce at local markets, where refugees receive assistance via electronic card. (15 October 2014, Photo: World Food Programme/Chris Terry, supported by the EU)

A man unloads USAID food collected at a WFP food distribution in the West Point Slum of Monrovia, Liberia, as a part of the Ebola response. (9 September 2014, Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud)

A man unloads USAID food collected at a WFP food distribution in the West Point Slum of Monrovia, Liberia, as a part of the Ebola response. (9 September 2014, Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud)

WFP has received more than US$ 30 million from the government of Germany to support  food assistance to more than one million people affected by the Ebola crisis in West Africa. (10 November 2014, Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud)

Germany Provides �24 Million To Help WFP Meet Critical Food Needs In Ebola Crisis

WFP has received more than US$ 30 million from the government of Germany to support food assistance to more than one million people affected by the Ebola crisis in West Africa. (10 November 2014, Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud)

At a WFP food distribution in Bong County, Liberia, USDA food is handed out in the Ebola response. (WFP/Victoria Cavanaugh)

At a WFP food distribution in Bong County, Liberia, USDA food is handed out in the Ebola response. (WFP/Victoria Cavanaugh)

The tarps from USAID are ready to be dispatched from WFP's supply hub in Monrovia, Liberia, for the Ebola response. (6 October 2014, Photo: WFP/Martin Penner)

The tarps from USAID are ready to be dispatched from WFP's supply hub in Monrovia, Liberia, for the Ebola response. (6 October 2014, Photo: WFP/Martin Penner)

Thanks to World Bank funding to Sierra Leone, WFP airlifted ambulances and other vehicles to help in the Ebola response. (29 October 2014, Photo: WFP/Djaounsede Pardon Madjiangar)

Thanks to World Bank funding to Sierra Leone, WFP airlifted ambulances and other vehicles to help in the Ebola response. (29 October 2014, Photo: WFP/Djaounsede Pardon Madjiangar)

Devastating floods hit Bangladesh in August, impacting nearly 2 million people. Thanks to donations of US$2.6 million from DFID and over US$527,000 from ECHO, WFP has reached almost 19,500 households with mobile phone cash transfers. (6 November 2014)

Provides Cash Transfers To Families Affected By Floods With Funding From DFID And ECHO

Devastating floods hit Bangladesh in August, impacting nearly 2 million people. Thanks to donations of US$2.6 million from DFID and over US$527,000 from ECHO, WFP has reached almost 19,500 households with mobile phone cash transfers. (6 November 2014)