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.
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.
From Africa and Asia to Latin America and the Near East, there are 821 million people in the world who do not get enough food to lead a normal, active life. Our downloadable Hunger Map provides...
This 2-pager is an overview of the role WFP plays in the humanitarian world and includes a review of our 2017 achievements.
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 of the organization’s global assistance.
FoodSECuRE is a multilateral, multi-year replenishable fund designed to financially and programmatically support community-centred action to reinforce and build climate resilience.
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 transfers account for over 30 percent of WFP’s...
How does WFP increase the purchasing power for customers of WFP-contracted shops through cash-based assistance? Learn about the benefits that WFP and local retailers provide for the people we serve.
An overview of WFP's work in major emergencies since its establishment in 1961.
In seeking to end Hunger and promoting wide partnerships to do so, WFP works across the spectrum of Sustainable Development Goals enshrined in the 2030 Agenda.