Current Operations
Supporting Relief and Recovery in Former Conflict-Affected Areas

This operation has been modified as per Budget Revision 4 (see below).

The 26-year conflict in Sri Lanka, which officially ended in May 2009, claimed 60,000 lives, devastated infrastructure in Northern and Eastern provinces, destroyed arable land and disrupted livelihoods. Socio-economic prospects in the provinces affected have been further eroded by high food prices and natural disasters. Most internally displaced persons have returned home to restart their lives, but challenges remain. Resettlement is proceeding, but recovery and reconciliation needs include demining, resolution of land-ownership and access to basic services.

Operation documents
Budget revisions
Resourcing updates
WFP Offices
Country at a glance 2014
Planned Beneficiaries0
Beneficiary needs (mt)0
Beneficiary needs ($US)15,791,931
Donors - 2014 ($US)
Donors - Directed contributions
Multilateral contributionsUS$ -25,777
Sri Lanka2,403,559
UN CERF1,661,863
Private Donors182,999
Saudi Arabia108,091
Republic of Korea50,000
Threats to food security
  • Land Mines in former conflict areas
  • High Food Prices
  • Climate Change
  • Disruption of Agricultural Cycle