WFP recognizes that "no single organisation can address today's complex food and nutrition security challenges. Partnership is more important than ever" WFP Strategic Plan , 2014-2017).
WFP works to ensure that those at risk of malnutrition, especially pregnant and breastfeeding women, children, adolescent girls and the chronically ill, can always access nutritious food.
Private sector partners help WFP with their knowledge, experience, networks and expertise to become more effective in assisting our people and contributing to the goal of zero hunger.
School meals are a great investment in the health, education and wellbeing of children and a genuine catalyst in the Global Goal of ending hunger by 2030.
WFP works with a large variety of NGOs and community organizations at different levels, enhancing people’s lives through valuable local know-how, training, information and community empowerment
WFP works with smallholders by purchasing food from them to develop markets, boost local economies, and spur agricultural improvements, using learnings from its P4P pilot programme.
Between January and June 2015, UNHAS operated flights in 17 countries, serving more than 300 scheduled destinations.
A world with zero hunger can only be achieved when every woman, man, girl and boy has equal opportunities, equal access to resources and equal voice in the decisions that shape their households, communities and...
Eradicating world hunger sustainably by 2030 will require an estimated additional $267 billion/year on average for investments in rural and urban areas and in social protection.
The outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa has become one of the largest global public health crises in recent history. WFP has worked on the frontline since the beginning of the outbreak.