Meet our Partners

Partners from the private sector support WFP projects in over 80% of the countries where we work; saving lives and reducing hunger across the globe. WFP thanks all partners who continue to commit time and resources to help us fight hunger worldwide.

Here’s a little more about their journeys together with WFP…

Global Humanitarian Partners

BCG, a global management consulting firm, works with WFP to improve the effectiveness of its strategy, operations, organization and knowledgement management. BCG has supported WFP in more than 30 countries on everything from social safety nets to funding models. Learn more.

Cargill is an international producer and marketer of food, agricultural, financial and industrial products and services. A partner of WFP since 2001, Cargill has primarily supported integrated school meals programmes in Latin America, Africa and Asia. Learn more.

Caterpillar helps WFP access all-important equipment for food transportation in some of the harshest environments on the planet. Together we're getting food to where it's needed, when it's needed. Learn more.

DSM is at the cutting edge of food fortification and is working with WFP to improve nutrition and fight the 'hidden hunger' of micronutrient deficiencies. With DSM's help WFP is going beyond just delivering food. Learn more.

FEED projects supports WFP by selling bags, t-shirts, stuffed toys and other accessories online and via partner retailers. All to raise funds for the fight against hunger worldwide. Learn more.

The "Partnership of Hope" between LG and WFP provides food to improve the education and health of vulnerable children across the Horn of Africa, as well as supporting environmental management schemes through food-for-work projects in the region. Learn more.

MasterCard and WFP are delivering innovative solutions to meet the needs of the world’s hungry and vulnerable populations through an integrated giving platform and "digital food", or e-vouchers. Learn more.

NPL's commitment to WFP supports projects focused on child education and the empowerment of local communities as well as the SAFE programme in Darfur. Learn more.

PepsiCo and the PepsiCo Foundation leverage their global reach and technical expertise to support WFP through product development, supply chain capacity building and consumer facing initiatives that raise funds for WFP's operations around the world. Learn more.

Unilever uses its expertise in nutrition, health and marketing, alongside channels to its enormous customer base, to raise money and awareness for WFP, particularly through its Knorr brand. Learn more.

As WFP's emergency technology partner, Vodafone Foundation has significantly increased WFP's ability to respond to disasters. By training a network of hand-picked specialists, the partnership is helping the entire humanitarian community to respond more effectively when emergencies happen. Learn more.
Yum! Brands Inc. drives the world's largest consumer outreach campaign on the issue of hunger, "World Hunger Relief." By raising funds through its network of restaurants since 2007, which include KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut, YUM!'s award winning campaign is helping WFP to take people from Hunger to Hope. Learn more.


Fighting Hunger Online

Through its mission of connecting people through games, Zynga, the world's largest social game company, is connecting its players to the world's hungry. Learn More.