75 percent of WFP’s food assistance is delivered together with NGOs. Around 800 of WFP’s more than 1,000 NGO partners are national and local NGOs.
At a time of unprecedented humanitarian emergencies, WFP depends more than ever on partners like Norway to help us respond quickly and effectively to the needs of millions of people exposed to conflict and natural...
Alongside sister organizations in the United Nations family, WFP makes every effort to reduce gender-based violence as it carries out its mandate to assist the most vulnerable.
With climate change increasing the frequency and intensity of disasters, it is becoming more urgent to support people’s ability to adapt and build their resilience to risks. One of the ways WFP does this is...
WFP Aviation supports the humanitarian community’s response to multiple complex emergencies through a combination of airlifts, airfreights and airdrops.
Among the most significant impacts of climate change is the potential increase of food insecurity and malnutrition. But, how exactly? This infographic shows how more frequent and intense droughts and floods...
In 2015, WFP Aviation delivered more than 70,000 mt of relief cargo by airlift, airfreight and airdrop. Through UNHAS, WFP Aviation enabled humanitarian workers to reach the most vulnerable in some 20 locations.
School meals are a sound investment in the next generation, which is why WFP provided snacks or meals to over 17 million children in 62 countries last year.
The Cost of Hunger in Africa (COHA) is an African Union Commission (AUC) led initiative through which countries are able to estimate the social and economic impact of child undernutrition in a given year.
The Government of Canada, through Global Affairs Canada, is one of WFP’s most important partners and one of our largest overall contributors for the last five years.