Re-Imagining School Feeding: A High-Return Investment in Human Capital and Local Economies was developed by the World Food Programme and the editorial team of Disease Control Priorities and published by the World Bank. This book seeks to share the latest child-centered evidence showing how well-designed school feeding programs can promote human capital development in low- and middle-income countries, especially as part of a cost-effective essential package of interventions for school children and adolescents.
The RBC ‘Regional Advocacy Brief: Nutrition-Sensitive Social Protection’ is a call for action advocating for nutrition-sensitive social protection, supporting the most vulnerable population in our region.
WFP’s SAFE (Safe Access to Fuel and Energy) initiative adopts a multi-faceted approach to meet the energy security of beneficiaries worldwide through sustainable-energy related activities, enhancing lives and protecting both people and the environment. The following publications highlight the aims and facts of the initiative.
The 48-page graphic novel offers a snapshot of what life is like for one family in South Sudan. The crops have turned brown and brittle, the well has run dry, and they have gone four months without substantial food.
Step into the world of Leila, a humanitarian worker for the World Food Programme (WFP) who is the central character in a new film exploring hunger and fear in Iraq. Leila was deployed to Iraq in the summer of 2014 when so-called Islamic State (IS) militants took over the city of Mosul.