The WFP Centre of Excellence against Hunger is a partnership between WFP and the Government of Brazil that helps to make the Brazilian experience in addressing Zero Hunger available to other developing countries for learning, sharing and adaptation, through South–South and triangular cooperation. The Centre offers a multi-dimensional approach that includes school feeding, nutrition, smallholder agriculture, and social protection.

Main results:

37 countries countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America receiving continued support

25 countries in different stages of developing sustainable solutions to hunger

25 technical missions to 18 countries

16 deployment of experts to 12 countries

48 study visits for 38 countries

37 countries accessed learning opportunities in nutrition

Annual Report 2015

The Annual Report 2015 presents the main activities and results of the Centre last year.
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