Policy / Publications

Key Publications


2018 - Zero Hunger: overcoming the odds

This 2-pager is an overview of the role WFP plays in the humanitarian world and includes a review of our 2017 achievements.

2017 - Hunger Map

From Africa and Asia to Latin America and the Near East, there are 815 million people in the world who do not get enough food to lead a normal, active life. Our downloadable Hunger Map...

2018 - Cash Transfers Factsheet

This factsheet explains why WFP transfers cash for humanitarian aid, and how cash transfers have grown in the last decade to represent over 30 percent of the organization’s global assistance.

SAFE - Country Factsheets

Find here country specific factsheets for WFP SAFE (Safe Access to Fuel and Energy) interventions. These factsheets provide an overview of the success of SAFE in countries that rely on an innovative combination...

2018 - DRC Factsheets

Updated factsheets providing details on different aspects of WFP's operations in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

2018 - Nigeria factsheets

Updated factsheets providing details on different aspects of WFP's operations in Nigeria

2018 - FoodSECuRE factsheet

FoodSECuRE is a multilateral, multi-year replenishable fund designed to financially and programmatically support community-centred action to reinforce and build climate resilience.

2018 - Cash-Based Transfers - Infographic

This infographic shows the steady growth of  WFP cash transfers over the years. With US$1.4 billion directly transferred to 19.2 million people in 2017, cash transfers account for over 30 percent of WFP’s...

2017 - UNHRD

See at a glance how the United Nation Humanitarian Response Depot supported its partners’ response to global humanitarian crises in this overview of major shipments and events in 2017.

2017 - What a 2°C and 4°C warmer world could mean for global food insecurity.

This infographic shows what a 2°C and 4°C warmer world could mean for global food insecurity. A 2°C warmer world could mean that 189 million people could experience levels of vulnerability to food...