Gender Infographics related to WFP direct beneficiaries in 2015 confirm that gender equality is at the heart of WFP’s food assistance.
WFP’s School meals programmes are effective safety nets, helping to ensure that every child has access to education, health and nutrition. This infographic highlights important figures from 2015.
The World Food Programme’s mobile Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping (mVAM) project collects food security data through short mobile phone surveys, using SMS, live telephone interviews and...
Efficient management and rapid analysis of geospatial
data is crucial for humanitarian agencies performing
field operations on a global scale.
The mission of the UN World Food Programme is to end global hunger by providing frontline assistance in emergencies and working with partners to address the underlying causes of hunger. WFP is working towards a world...
School meals are a great investment in the health, education and wellbeing of children and a genuine catalyst in the Global Goal of ending hunger by 2030.
In 2015, WFP Aviation delivered more than 70,000 mt of relief cargo by airlift, airfreight and airdrop. Through UNHAS, WFP Aviation enabled humanitarian workers to reach the most vulnerable in some 20 locations.
School meals are a sound investment in the next generation, which is why WFP provided snacks or meals to over 17 million children in 62 countries last year.
The Cost of Hunger in Africa (COHA) is an African Union Commission (AUC) led initiative through which countries are able to estimate the social and economic impact of child undernutrition in a given year.
The WFP and the European Union (EU) work more closely than ever to achieve the common goal of breaking the cycle of hunger, saving lives and rebuilding livelihoods across the globe.