Policy / Publications

Key Publications


2014 - R4 Rural Resilience Initiative

WFP’s and Oxfam America’s R4 Initiative is a comprehensive risk management approach that helps vulnerable rural households increase their food and income security in the face of increasing climate risks...

2014 - Delivering with Cash and Vouchers

WFP increasingly uses cash and vouchers to fight hunger, this trend is driven by various interlocking factors including a positive experience base and the increasing need for innovative and cost-effective solutions...

2014 - Building a World with Zero Hunger

WFP is the world’s largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. Each year, on average, WFP provides food assistance to more than 90 million people in 80 countries.

Hunger Map 2015

From Africa and Asia to Latin America and the Near East, there are 795 million people in the world who do not get enough food to lead a normal, active life.

Our downloadable Hunger Map...

2014 - Food Security Climate Resilience Facility (FoodSECuRE)

FoodSECuRE is a multilateral, multi-year, replenishable fund designed to financially and programmatically support community-centred action to reinforce and build climate resilience.

2014 - Two minutes to learn about: School Meals

In 2013, WFP provided school meals to 19.8 million children in 63 countries. School meals encourage poor households to send children to school and keep them there.

2014 - Aviation Operational Snapshot

Amount of cargo transported in the first half of 2014 ......

WFP Logistics in 2013: Key Facts and Figures

WFP relies on its logistics expertise to quickly reach millions in need around the world by land, air and sea. This factsheet shows how WFP Logistics organizes the delivery of food assistance in over 75 countries.

2014 - Nutrition at the World Food Programme : Preventing Chronic Malnutrition

The Many Faces of Stunting

Stunting, caused by chronic malnutrition, is a growth failure in a child over time, resulting in a youngster who is short for his or her age.

2013 - Zero Hunger Challenge

Eliminating hunger involves investments in agriculture, rural development, decent work, social protection and equality of opportunity.