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Publications List


Ghana - Food Security and Nutrition Monitoring System, 2012

This Food Security and Nutrition Monitoring System provides an update on food security and nutritional situation in Northern Ghana; focusing on average production, food prices trends and health and...

Philippines - Monthly Price and Food Security Updates, 2012

Philippines - Monthly Price and Food Security Updates, 2012

South Sudan - Food Security Monitoring System, 2012

 South Sudan - Food Security Monitoring System, 2012

Reaffirming WFP's commitment to pro-smallholder food procurement

WFP's new Executive Director Ertharin Cousin reaffirms WFP's commitment to continuously and increasingly buy food for its operations in a smallholder-friendly way.

P4P Annual Review Reports

WFP staff and partners gather for the global Purchase for Progress (P4P) Annual Reviews to collectively review progress and discuss key lessons learnt during P4P implementation.

The Namibian School Feeding Programme

School Feeding has been an integral part of the government’s strategy to address inequalities and expand access to educational opportunities to disadvantaged children, particularly orphans and...

Nicaragua: October Newsletter

October Newsletter containing the most recent activities of WFP in Nicaragua.

2012 - Addressing Undernutrition in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea

Production of nutritious biscuits and Super Cereal is part of WFP efforts to address undernutrition and fight hunger in DPRK. A child’s daily ration costs 5 US cents a day.

The Namibian School Feeding Programme: Cost Analysis

The Namibia School Feeding Programme (NSFP) is a nationally-run and funded government programme providing meals to approximately 270 000 school children across the country. The meal consists of...

WFP’s Private Sector Partnership and Fundraising Strategy: An Evaluation

 This evaluation assessed the quality and results of the WFP private-sector partnership and fundraising strategy, how results were achieved, and how WFP's approach could be improved. It was...