Africa’s smallholder families lose up to 40 percent of their harvest to insects, rodents and mould. But a simple solution can virtually eliminate such losses and improve families’ incomes, food availability, health and nutrition.
Post-harvest food loss is a major contributor to hunger and under nutrition affecting farming families across Africa. Farmers who chose to participate in WFP’s Zero Food Loss Initiative have seen a drastic reduction in grain losses, a tripling of incomes, and availability of food throughout the lean season.
World Food Programme tailors its food assistance to the specific nutritional needs and conditions of each community and crisis.
The World Food Programme (WFP) is harnessing satellite technology to better monitor large-scale landscape projects that build resilience among vulnerable populations.
Rohingya women share their stories of using electronic food vouchers to buy the food they need. These vouchers empower them to make food decisions for their families.
Evolving technology has potential to change the face of humanitarian work