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Volunteer with WFP and help us achieve Zero Hunger

Volunteering with the World Food Programme (WFP) means helping millions of people around the world. Our volunteers make a difference every day, contributing their expertise and experience to add value to the organization in different functional areas. WFP offers the opportunity for volunteers to work in the areas they know best, while helping the organization achieve its goal of Zero Hunger.

United nations volunteer programme

The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. The UNV programme partners with various organisations across and beyond the UN system, including the World Food Programme. Information about the different UNV modalities, the application procedure and other aspects of the volunteering programme can be found on the UNV website.

Who can volunteer for WFP

Anyone over 18 years of age (student, professional or retired)
Committed individuals who want to contribute their services and add value to the organization
Collaborators interested in living a unique working experience supporting WFP’s mission