Centre of Excellence against Hunger
The Centre of Excellence against Hunger is a global forum for South-South policy dialogue and learning on school feeding and food and nutritional security programmes. The Centre of Excellence, a partnership between the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and the Government of Brazil, was created in 2011 to support Governments in Africa, Asia and Latin America in the development of sustainable solutions against hunger, by means of a Programme for Capacity Development.
The Centre provides advice on policies and programmes, technical assistance, and opportunities, and it brings together nations of the southern hemisphere and helps them develop their own programmes to fight hunger and poverty. That is possible thanks to the combination of more than 50 years of work of the WFP in actions to fight hunger in the whole world with the successful experiences of the Brazilian Government in the elaboration and implementation of effective and sustainable programmes for the promotion of food and nutritional security and overcoming of poverty, mainly through school feeding.
70 countries engaged
35 countries participated in study visits
18 countries in different stages of developing sustainable solutions to hunger