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Hunger is solvable, but we can't do it alone...

That's why WFP seeks to catalyse change through innovative partnerships in the fight against hunger. Companies are helping to make us better at what we do; be that through raising funds, sharing of equipment or access to knowledge. WFP wants to hear from companies who can align their expertise and strategic objectives with WFP's mandate.

Why partner with WFP

By partnering with WFP your company can make a real difference in the fight against hunger, whilst meeting CSR and business objectives. Find out why partnering with WFP is a win–win proposition.  

Ways to partner with WFP

Cash donations are critical to WFP’s work, but our partnerships are more than just writing a cheque. There are plenty of ways to get real value out of any collaboration with us. Learn more.

On behalf of the broader UN community, WFP and UNICEF facilitated the first Data Innovation Lab workshop at technology think tank Singularity University to harness the power of digital growth and the data revolution for sustainable development. 

DAVOS – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is honouring Hans Vestberg, President and Chief Executive Officer of Ericsson, for Ericsson’s pioneering work providing telecommunications solutions in support of humanitarian response. The 2016 Hunger Hero Award was presented to him yesterday at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

Delivering food in emergencies. Helping communities become more self-sufficient. Encouraging education with school meals. Whatever the operation or programme, the World Food Programme (WFP) is committed to improving people’s nutrition, and the private sector has a vital role to play.​

CAIRO – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) welcomed today a US$1.2 million contribution from Vodafone Egypt Foundation that will benefit thousands of children, their families and teachers through WFP’s school feeding programme in Upper Egypt.