WFP Activities
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WFP’s activities in Sri Lanka continue to focus on meeting the food and nutrition needs of the most vulnerable especially returnees as they attempt to regain their livelihoods, thus promoting food security and peace and reconciliation. The main components of WFP interventions in Sri Lanka are:

- Emergency Support to IDPs returning and resettled IDPS as well as those remaining in camps

- Nutritional supplementation for pregnant and nursing mothers, as well as for children six months to five years of age;

- School meals to address short term hunger in primary/secondary schools;

- Rehabilitation and Infrastructure development activities for returnees.

- Food-for-training activities 

WFP Offices
Donors - 2014 ($US)
Donors - Directed contributions
Multilateral contributionsUS$ -25,774
Sri Lanka2,403,559
Canada1,792,919
UN CERF1,661,863
Japan1,567,091
Private Donors182,999
Norway160,901
Saudi Arabia108,091
Republic of Korea50,000
Threats to food security
  • Land Mines in former conflict areas
  • High Food Prices
  • Climate Change
  • Disruption of Agricultural Cycle