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WFP Receives European Union Funding To Boost Nutrition In Burundi

lundi 6 mars 2017 par WFP — Burundi, Africa
BUJUMBURA – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has welcomed a contribution of €5 million from the European Union (EU) to support the Home Grown School Feeding project and boost the nutrition of 20,000 children, mothers and pregnant women in central (...)

Record Contributions From Belgium Support WFP Innovation & Emergency Response

lundi 9 janvier 2017 par WFP — Afghanistan, Burundi, Congo, Democratic Republic of the, Lebanon, Mali, Niger
BRUSSELS/ROME - The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has recognized the Government of Belgium’s substantial contributions in 2016, a year in which the Belgian Development Cooperation (DGCD) has donated more than €28 million to WFP projects reaching nearly 8 million people in eight (...)

Fuel Efficient Stoves Are Saving Time and Trees in Burundi

lundi 31 octobre 2016 par Michel Rwamo — Climate Change, Burundi, Climate Change
In Gitega province, central Burundi, WFP is supporting the making and use of fuel efficient stoves by the rural community. The pilot project is funded by the German Government and has been welcomed by the people in Rushanga district.

Japan Donation Boosts WFP’s Assistance To Refugees In Tanzania

DAR ES SALAAM – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has received a contribution of US$1.8 million from the Government of Japan for food and nutrition assistance to more than 200,000 refugees in northwest Tanzania.

How WFP Cash Transfers are Making a Difference to the Lives of Vulnerable People in Burundi

vendredi 26 août 2016 par Michel Rwamo — Burundi, Local, Africa, Cash and Vouchers
For years, the rains in Karusi province in Burundi have been below average. The insufficient rainfall has destroyed the livelihoods of people who mainly depend on agricultural production to provide for their families. WFP is implementing a food-for-assets project to boost the resilience of (...)

Protracted Conflicts Causing Alarming Spikes In Severe Hunger

Briefs for UN Security Council highlight how millions of people remain trapped in a vicious cycle of violence and hunger

Germany Gives Crucial Support For Refugees In East Africa

DAR ES SALAAM – The Government of Germany has today announced a contribution of €16.5 million to support refugees in East Africa. Of this, €14 million goes to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to provide food assistance to recently-arrived Burundian refugees, and to Congolese refugees, (...)

In Burundi, WFP's Local Food Purchases Help Dreams Come True

mardi 24 novembre 2015 par Michel Rwamo — Purchase for Progress, Burundi, Local, Africa, P4P Stories from the field
WFP is supporting the promotion of food production in Burundi through a home-grown school meals programme in four provinces. The programme is significantly improving incomes of the smallholder farmers supported through the purchase of their (...)

A Refugee From Burundi Tells Of His Life In Democratic Republic Of Congo

Eliezer Nyandwi is a smallholder farmer from Burundi and the father of three children. He fled his country in June due to unrest linked to Burundi’s presidential elections. He found refuge in South Kivu province of neighboring Democratic Republic of (...)

In Burundi, Food Assistance Saves Lives Amidst Crisis

jeudi 6 août 2015 par Gerard Bizimana — Responding to Emergencies, Burundi, Local, Africa, Emergencies
An inter-agency needs assessment found that the ongoing socio-political crisis in Burundi has led to increased humanitarian needs in some areas -- in part because of disruption to livelihoods and markets -- and that around 100,000 people needed immediate food assistance. The assessment found (...)

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