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Key Publications


WFP Logistics: Delivering to Save Lives

WFP relies on its logistics expertise to quickly reach millions in need around the world, whether it be by land, air or sea. This fact sheet highlights the key facts, showing how WFP logistics experts organize...

Two Minutes to Learn About: School Meals

No child should attend school hungry. This is why WFP provides school meals to around 24 million children each year and works closely with governments to support them in creating their own sustainable school feeding...

The Cost of Hunger in Africa

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 impacts of child undernutrition in a given year.

Food Procurement Annual Report 2013

In 2013, WFP procured more than 1.4 million metric tons (mt) of cereals, similar to 2012 volumes. WFP food purchases are based on operational requirements and the needs and tastes of beneficiaries.

School feeding policy - Revised

Promoting innovation to achieve national ownership. This paper updates WFP’s 2009 school feeding policy four years after its approval.

The Cost of Hunger in Africa: Uganda

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.

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The Cost of Hunger in Africa: Ethiopia

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 impacts of child undernutrition.

 

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The Cost of Hunger in Africa: Rwanda

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.

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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.

Zero Hunger Challenge

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