WFP’s work in Bangladesh started in 1974 in the early days after independence when it supported the Government and people of Bangladesh to cope with the impact of natural disasters like cyclones and floods. Since then, WFP has continued to support the Government as it works to reach its development objectives and to respond to the Rohingya refugee crisis. The Country Brief provides a monthly snapshot of the operating context in Bangladesh; together with programmatic updates and challenges; monitoring data; and the overall country strategy.
As the Kyrgyz Republic is facing economic and market uncertainties, WFP has rolled out quarterly remote surveys to monitor the changes in the food security situation and underlying factors across the country. These regular updates on the prevalence of food insecurity and household vulnerability aim to inform government programme and policy decision-making.
Bangladesh has a long history in delivering assistance to its poor and has made significant progress in improving food security and addressing malnutrition. Despite laudable achievements in closing the poverty gap, access to diverse and nutritious food remains a challenge for many households. See how WFP is helping Bangladesh to reach zero hunger by 2030
WFP has anchored the Country Strategic Plan 2022-2026 to a complementary nexus approach, in line with the Cameroon National Development Strategy (NDS-30). To complement Government’s efforts towards achieving SDGs 2 and 17, WFP implements activities that seek to tackle the main causes of food insecurity, create pathways to resilience building and strengthen the local capacities to be able to respond to emergencies appropriately
In 2021, WFP assisted 894,000 refugees, internally-displaced people and vulnerable host populations with 39,700 metric tons of food and US$10.7 million as cash transfers. Learn more about WFP activities in 2022 from the Operational Updates.
This report presents an overview on the impact of the global food crisis on the Asia Pacific region, with a focus on the consequences on food security, nutrition, and the capacity of key actors to respond.
The WFP Lebanon – Expanding Redemption Options for the National Poverty Targeting Programme in 2022 provides an overview of how WFP increased accessibility and redemption options for Lebanese benefitting from the programme.
The evaluation was commissioned by the independent Office of Evaluation to provide evaluative evidence for accountability and learning to inform the design of the next WFP country strategic plan (CSP) in South Sudan. It covers WFP activities implemented from 2018 to 2021.
Au Mali comme dans tous les pays où il intervient, le Programme alimentaire mondial (PAM) opère dans un environnement où la concurrence pour les ressources s'intensifie. Dans ce contexte, le ciblage des populations vulnérables est essentiel au succès de toute forme de réponse. Du point de vue de l'efficacité et de la responsabilisation, le PAM doit utiliser les moyens disponibles et innovants pour optimiser les méthodes utilisées afin de garantir que ceux qui en ont le plus besoin reçoivent une assistance.