The World Humanitarian Summit brings together world leaders, international aid organizations, NGOs and others to review humanitarian response and development issues. These factsheets highlight some of the changes and...
Efficient management and rapid analysis of geospatial
data is crucial for humanitarian agencies performing
field operations on a global scale.
The World Food Programme and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization are working together with farming families in C.A.R. to ensure they have food now as well as at the next harvest. This infographic explains how...
El Niño is fuelling a major, global food security crisis affecting some 60 million people. WFP is responding with relief and longer-term resilience building programmes.
As we step it up for gender equality and zero hunger, here are ten facts about women in the world.
The mission of the UN World Food Programme is to end global hunger by providing frontline assistance in emergencies and working with partners to address the underlying causes of hunger. WFP is working towards a world...
Find out why nutrition interventions are an important component of integrated services for mothers and children, and what WFP is doing in this area.
Working within Syria is a dangerous and difficult task, but we at WFP are still managing to reach as many as 4 million Syrians a month.
WFP assists African governments and communities to implement comprehensive, country-led, programmes to tackle hunger the world’s greatest solvable problem.
WFP relies on its logistics capacity to reach around 80 million people each year. Experts in supply chain and logistics make sure WFP delivers life-saving food assistance as efficiently as possible.