Cash and Vouchers

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  • 30/11/2017 — Cash and Vouchers SHOTLIST (PDF)

    New WFP Footage from Rohingya Camp in Bangladesh (For the Media)

    The Government of Bangladesh, international partners and local communities in Cox’s Bazar have responded robustly to the needs of hundreds of thousands of people arriving from Myanmar. WFP has provided food (rice, lentils and oil) to around 700,000 people. WFP urgently needs US$27.8 million to support one million people until the end of February 2018 in the Cox’s Bazar region (Bangladesh), including new arrivals and people who were already living in camps near the border and host communities.

  • 06/10/2017 — Cash and Vouchers

    WFP E.D. David Beasley Talks About Conflict and Hunger from a Refugee Camp in Bangladesh

    Since August 25th more than 1/2 million have fled Myanmar to camps like this in Bangladesh.

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  • Fact Sheets & Infographics

    2018 - Cash Transfers Factsheet

    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...
  • Fact Sheets & Infographics

    2018 - Cash-Based Transfers - Infographic

    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...
  • WFP Year in Review 2016

    WFP Year in Review 2016
    The Year in Review describes WFP’s actions and achievements in serving people’s emergency, recovery and development needs in 2016. It covers WFP’s provision of vital,...
  • 2017 in Review - WFP-EU Partnership

    2017 in Review -  WFP-EU Partnership
    As conflict and climate disasters continue to ravage communities, reaching Zero Hunger becomes more difficult. Rising to these challenges, the European Union and Member States...

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