WFP Publication
15 September 2015

This issue includes

  • Emergency Flood Response
  • Early Recovery Plan
  • Food Security Sector's Assessment
  • Logistics Assessment in Chin State
  • Resumption of School Feeding
  • Post-Conflict in Kokang
  • In-kind Donation of WFP staff and
  • Prioritization of Resources.


WFP Publication
23 July 2015

This issue includes:
- Boat People Crisis
- Return of Kokang IDPs
- From Protracted Emergency to Early Recovery
- New Resource Centre in Kyaukse
- Food Security and Poverty Estimation Surveys
- Seasonal Floods in Rakhine

WFP Publication
18 June 2015

This issue covers

  • Boat People Crisis
  • Kokang Conflict and Return of IDPs
  • New Displacement in Kachin
  • Japan's Ambassador Visits Rakhine
  • Project Extension
  • Letter of Intent with Ministry of Education
  • Food Security and Poverty Estimation Surveys.
WFP Publication
11 May 2015

This issues includes information on:

  • Humanitarian Cross-line Missions in Kachin State
  • New Displacement in Rakhine
  • IDP Movement in northern Shan, Wa and Kokang
  • WFP's Food Assistance to Kokang Conflict-affected populations
  • WFP Myanmar Staff Deployment to the Nepal's Earthquake Response
  • Joint UN Mission to the Southeast of Myanmar
  • Rice Soya Blended Food Shortage in May and June


  •   Transfer Modality Scoping Mission Report.
WFP Publication
30 March 2015
WFP Publication
27 March 2015

This issue includes:

  • WFP Executive Director's visit
  • Kokang Armed-conflict
  • Recurrent Clashes in Kachin
  • Food Security Information Network
  • Impact Assessment on Suspension of School Feeding
  • Contributions to WFP
WFP Publication
17 February 2015

In this report: 

-New Displacement in Kachin

-REACH Mission in Myanmar

-Resourcing Update

-Suspension of School Feeding

-2014 Highlights 

WFP Publication
21 January 2015

WFP has deployed several national staff to Sittwe to provide logistical, programmatic as well as administrative support to restore operational capacity of the team in Sittwe. So far, international staff members has not been able to travel to Sittwe after the incident as there has been a delay in Government’s approval of travel authorizations to Rakhine State since the breakout of the civil unrest. Such delay is of great concern as it limits the capacity of WFP’s response to the crisis. The issue has been raised in various occasions and together with all humanitarian and development partners in Rakhine, WFP will continue to advocate to the Government for granting full and sustained access to Rakhine. 

WFP Publication
16 December 2014

In this Decemeber 2014 issue:

-WFP Forced to Suspend School feeding

-Reduced Humanitarian Access in Kachin

-Government Assisted New IDps in Kayin

-Logistics Capacity Assessment

-Preparations for Laukai Field Office Closure

-Names to Faces: Introducing WFP Beneficiaries

-Update on Resourcing Situation

WFP Publication
14 November 2014

WFP Myanmar Operational Report for the month of November 2014