Myanmar has made significant progress in reducing poverty, improving food security and addressing malnutrition. However, challenges still remain to ensure that all families have access to diverse and nutritious food. WFP is working to ensure that Myanmar is on-track to reach zero hunger by 2030. Take a look at how WFP is helping:
WFP works with some of the most vulnerable families in Myanmar to ensure they can access life-saving food assistance. In Rakhine State and Southeast Myanmar we support families who have been displaced by conflict and help them to build new lives.
The UNN/REACH Secretariat commissioned this end of term evaluation of REACH in Burkina Faso, Haiti, Mali, Myanmar and Senegal as per its agreement with Global Affairs Canada (GAC), the donor funding REACH in these countries.