Policy / Publications

Key Publications


Ethiopia Annual Report 2013

WFP in Ethiopia, 2013 Annual Report 

WFP Achievements in 2013

The 2013 Annual Performance Report is now available in a special online edition that explains WFP's key achievements last year with simple, straightforward visuals.

The Year in Review, 2012

The year 2012 was dramatic for WFP and for the people we serve. Amidst floods, droughts and war, WFP and its partners distributed 3.5 million metric tons of food assistance to 97.2 million people in 80 countries. Our...

The Year in Review, 2011

Natural catastrophes and political upheaval defined 2011.  WFP’s food assistance reached nearly 100 million people in 75 countries around the world. The vast majority — nearly 83...

The Year in Review, 2010

Two massive emergencies bracketed 2010:  the year began with an earthquake of devastating proportions in Haiti and drew to a close with one-fifth of Pakistan submerged under floodwaters.  WFP provided food...

WFP Annual Report 2010

2009 proved to be another challenging year for WFP.  Just as the number of hungry people worldwide grew to more than 1 billion - the highest number on record - the Programme also faced shrinking...

WFP Annual Report 2009

In 2008, WFP faced a particularly difficult set of challenges, provoked by dramatically rising food and fuel prices and aggravated by widespread turmoil in international financial systems. By year’s end, WFP...

WFP Annual Report 2007

By the end of 2007, the world was confronted with a new and very different emergency: rising food and fuel prices threatened to push millions more people into hunger, driving up the cost of providing life-saving food...

WFP Annual Report 2006

While there were no catastrophic events like the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami or the 2005 Kashmir earthquake, there were several large natural disasters in 2006, for example the May earthquake in Indonesia that killed...

WFP Annual Report 2005

2005 was the most challenging year the humanitarian aid world had faced since World War II. The relentless onslaught of the Indian Ocean tsunami, drought and locusts in Niger, continuing conflict in Darfur, Hurricane...