We are the world’s largest humanitarian agency aiming to bring food assistance to more than 80 million people in 75 countries.
As the United Nation frontline agency in the fight against hunger, WFP is at a critical point in its history where its next steps can help pave the way for achieving zero hunger. While the organization continues to provide world class emergency response, it is focusing its efforts to help prevent hunger in the future. We do this through programmes that use food as a way to build assets, spread knowledge and nurture stronger, more dynamic communities. This helps communities become more food secure.
WFP is equipping its workforce with capabilities in a range of areas, including Food Security Analysis, Nutrition, Food Procurement and Supply Chain to ensure that the best solutions are delivered for the children, women and men whom we serve.
WFP’s greatest strength is its dedicated women and men working around the world who provide access to nutritious food and promote lasting solutions, often under difficult conditions where security threats and risks to personal safety are considerable. Read our staff stories to learn more about what it is like to work for WFP.
“I am making a positive difference in our world."
"There are lots of opportunities for learning and growth. I can realize my potential."
"I am gaining the exposure and skills I need to build my career at WFP or elsewhere."
"I can ‘touch’ what I do – I see the direct impact I make."
"I am compensated well and feel valued and recognized."
"It is my choice to work at WFP. We are diverse, yet share the same core purpose to contribute."
Whether you are a seasoned professional or a recent graduate, the World Food Programme provides opportunities to take your career to the next level while building a better future by ending hunger.
Interested in joining us, but not sure where to start? Check out our current career opportunities under the Vacancies section.
Beware of fraudulent job offers: WFP is aware of fictitious employment offers being circulated via email or originating from online job boards. Many of these schemes consist of an alleged offer of employment or contract with WFP in return for the payment of fees or providing personal or banking information. Read More