This paper shows how WFP is a key partner and responder in Niger, providing strategic guidance on designing and implementing sustainable food security solutions and at-scale assistance to vulnerable communities.
Review of the evidence and impact of social protection interventions in the LAC region on diet and nutritional status outcomes. The joint study WFP-IDS-IFPRI proposes an analytical and operational framework
The Strengthening the Humanitarian System in India report describes in detail the main elements of the humanitarian system in India and its evolution from providing ‘charity’ aid to victims of disasters, to a more rights-based approach.
This publication will provide information on rice fortification, training of rice millers on rice fortification to ensure optimum knowledge, and utilization by millers to enable them to produce quality assured fortified rice.
Building community resilience and people’s livelihoods is crucial to end the vicious cycle of poverty and vulnerability in Syria. The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) - jointly with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) – completed the rehabilitation of Sector 5 irrigation system in Deir-ez-Zor, northeast Syria. Learn what that meant for the communities in terms of resilience and food security.
The paper provides strategic insights that underline India's incredible journey from a ship-to-mouth situation concerning food to institutionalizing 'Right to Food' and establishing itself among limited net exporters of food, ranking very high in most production measures.
The Moderate Acute Malnutrition (MAM) Recipe Book 2021 Revision is supplementary material for the rehabilitation of MAM, developed by WFP Philippines in collaboration with academia and key government agencies.
This publication provides an analysis of the state of school feeding in 2020, describes the impact of COVID-19 on school feeding around the world and presents what can be done to restore this global safety net.