Policy / Publications

Key Publications


R4 Rural Resilience Initiative Quarterly Report July- September 2018

During this quarter, the initiative continued its expansion to new districts in Malawi and Zambia. In Zimbabwe, the insurance product was finalized and will be piloted in the 2018-19 agricultural season. Following...

Gender and Markets Initiative for West and Central Africa - Review of Literature and Secondary Data

The first phase of the West Africa Gender and Markets Initiative is comprised of a review of relevant secondary data and information, as well as tools and resources for assessing gender dynamics and empowerment in...

2018 - Farm to Market Alliance

Farm to Market Alliance is a consortium of eight agri-focused organizations that makes markets work better for farmers through partnerships with producers, off-takers, aggregators and other agri-related businesses....

WFP and Climate

Find here a collection of WFP main climate-related publications. Scan the QR codes and download them directly on your smart phone and laptop.

UK-funded multi-purpose cash in Lebanon

Multi-purpose funding in Lebanon

2018 - Two minutes on School Feeding Factsheet

Learn about how WFP provides school meals, snacks & take-home incentives, as well as technical assistance to governments for national school feeding programmes.

2018 - Improving nutrition through rice fortification

​Through examples from nine countries on three continents, this booklet gives a brief overview of different ways in which WFP is working with governments and partners to support rice fortification and improve the...

WFP in Bangladesh - 2017 in Review

This report outlines the key achievements of the World Food Programme in Bangladesh for 2017.  In 2017, we reached 1.9 million people with programming on emergency response, strengthening government...

WFP School Feeding Programmes in 2017

​This infographic gives a global overview of WFP’s School Feeding activities in 2017; from school meals in emergency contexts to take-home incentives, and home-grown initiatives linking to local agriculture.

2018 - Hunger and Conflict fact sheet

The single greatest challenge to achieving Zero Hunger is armed conflict. War leads to greater food insecurity. And, in its turn, food insecurity increases the chances of unrest and violence.