The World Food Programme (WFP) supports food aid operations to the most vulnerable while establishing resilience to a country's overall food security. WFP's operations encompass:
- development operations designed to help the hungry help themselves;
- emergency operations that provide food for the improvement of nutrition and the prevention of malnutrition;
- relief and recovery operations that assist in stabilising food security and the rebuilding after emergencies; and
- special operations that create specific logistics and infrastructure work to speed-up the movement of food aid.
Operations in Uganda
|200429||Stabilizing Food Consumption and Reducing Acute Malnutrition among Refugees And Extremely Vulnerable Households||Protracted Relief and Recovery Operation (PRRO)|
|200671||Logistics Capacity Development: Post-Harvest Food Loss Reduction in Sub-Saharan Africa through improved Storage and Handling at the start of the Supply Chain.||Special Operation (SO)|
|200836||Logistics Capacity Development: Post-Harvest Food Loss Reduction in Uganda through improved Storage and Handling at the start of the Supply Chain||Special Operation (SO)|
|200852||Food assistance to vulnerable households in Uganda||Protracted Relief and Recovery Operation (PRRO)|
|200894||Uganda Country Programme (2016-2020)||Development Operation (DEV)|
|201010||IR-EMOP Uganda Country Office response to rapid refugee influx from South Sudan conflict||Emergency Operation (EMOP)|
Do you want to know more about WFP's operations in general? Visit the WFP Operations section.