Members of the Ibyizabirimbere Farmers' Cooperative loading maize after securing a market from WFP. Copyright WFP/John Paul Sesonga.
As the world’s largest humanitarian agency, the WFP uses its procurement needs to boost agriculture in developing nations through its Purchase for Progress (P4P) programmes. Rwanda has taken this initiative a step further by working with WFP to build a national strategy to facilitate government procurement needs, known as Common P4P (CP4P).
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