School Meals

Often the only reliable source of nutrition for children in impoverished communities, school meals help students succeed in the classroom.

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From natural disasters to civil conflicts, WFP reaches people wherever, whenever disaster strikes and people are in need of food assistance.

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By supporting the well-being of mothers and children during the critical first 1,000 days of life, WFP has the power to shape the future.

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As head of the U.N. Logistics Cluster, WFP oversees the delivery of all supplies and staff for the entire aid community during times of crisis.

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Small-Scale Farmers

Access to basic resources like fertilizer and farming equipment allows farmers who tend small plots of land to succeed.

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Food For Assets

WFP helps communities build resilience by providing lifesaving food assistance in exchange for work on community projects.

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Food Vouchers and E-cards

A simple but innovative approach enables families to purchase fresh and locally grown food, while restoring both dignity and choice.

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“No one should be hungry.”

— Kenneth G., Michigan

WFP provides food assistance to more than 82 million people in 82 countries.

We do this by focusing our efforts on the most vulnerable: families affected by natural disaster and conflict, students in the world’s poorest schools, mothers, young children and women in developing countries and small-scale farmers.

Where WFP Works