The U.N. World Food Programme feeds millions of the world’s hungriest, most vulnerable people. For 50 years, we’ve worked on the front lines of the worst hunger crises, doing whatever it takes to deliver lifesaving food. We push ourselves to the limit everyday so families can survive upheaval, build resilience and achieve long-term stability.
We're scaling up to feed 138 million people this year
Our teams work in more than 80 countries
We deliver 389 Eiffel Towers' worth of food every year
we’re there when disaster strikes
From cyclones to civil war, the U.N. World Food Programme gets boots on the ground immediately, delivering lifesaving essentials like grains, beans and ready-to-eat emergency meals.
From refugees to farmers, the U.N. World Food Programme teaches people the skills they need to become self-reliant. The impact of these programs is felt for generations.
We oversee logistics for the entire global humanitarian community, including air, sea and land transportation and a vast network of supply chains and warehouses.