WFP works closely with a variety of partners to help fight global hunger and poverty, within the framework of the 2014-2017 Corporate Partnership Strategy.  For more information about the following partners, please visit the linked pages. 


Partnership with governments is  essential to achieve WFP’s mission. Government partners are involved in all levels of WFP’s work, including resource mobilization, implementation of activities, as well as at the policy and advocacy level. Learn more  


WFP partners with a large number of national and international NGOs and civil society partners across all aspects of its operations. These partners are critical, not only for the implementation of projects, but also for strategic collaboration in the fields of policy, advocacy and programme design. Learn more 

FAO and IFAD  

The three Rome-based UN agencies - WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) - work together with the common vision of promoting world food security. Learn more 

Other UN agencies

WFP works with other agencies across the UN system to ensure that the humanitarian and development community continues to provide efficient and effective assistance with greater beneficial impact on the people we serve. This includes corporate contributions to the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) dialogue and the development of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  Learn more

Private Partnerships

Private partners/donors are classed as ‘for-profit' corporations or business associations, foundations, trusts, educational or service organisations, or an individual. They contribute more than financial donations, but also organizational capacity development and awareness-raising through corporate engagement and from the specific assets and expertise of private sector partnerships during emergencies. Learn more

•    Governments
•    Private Partnerships
•    Non-governmental organizations
•    Other UN Agencies
•    Rome-based agencies (RBAs)