Policy / Publications

Key Publications


Gender in 2015

These infographics provide a snapshot showing the gender balance in a number of WFP’s programmes and emergencies, comparing the statistics on women and men, girls and boys, receiving food assistance.
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WFP Logistics in 2014 - Facts and Figures

By air, land, and sea, WFP Logistics delivers food in more than 75 countries each year. Have a look at the 2014 WFP Logistics Factsheet for our key facts and figures.

All about WFP 2014

An infographic showing WFP key facts for 2014.

2015 - Two minutes on Disasters and Hunger

Natural disasters are a leading cause of hunger. Disaster Risk Reduction is a prerequisite for sustainable development and for eliminating hunger. Activities to help people reduce the risks they face are core to WFP...

2014 – WFP Supports Efforts to End Violence Against Women

How WFP provides food for survivors of sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo, promotes gender equality among Nicaraguan farming families and helps WFP staff assist vulnerable Syrian refugees.

2014 - Two minutes on Climate Change and Hunger

Climate disasters and change are increasing the risk of hunger and the breakdown of food systems. WFP helps build the climate resilience of the world’s most food insecure populations, most of whom live in...

2014 - WFP at COP 20

WFP will be at COP 20 in Lima, Peru, in December 2014. WFP’s role in climate negotiations aims to ensure that the most food-insecure populations are adequately included in climate policy outcomes.

2014 - WFP and Maternal Nutrition

Find out why nutrition interventions are an important component of integrated services for mothers and children, and what WFP is doing in this area.

2014 - WFP and Nutrition - Adolescent Girls

The World Food Programme is focusing on the nutrition of adolescent girls as part of a broader movement to improve access to education, ensure good nutrition, delay marriage and prevent early pregnancies so that...

2014 - WFP and Preventing Chronic Malnutrition

Stunting, caused by chronic malnutrition, is growth failure in a child over time, resulting in a young child who is short for their age. But chronic malnutrition is not just about height. The less visible impacts of...