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Where WFP Works

A World of Difference

The United Nations World Food Programme’s work spans the globe, providing 15 billion meals to over 100 million people in more than 80 countries each year.

Afghanistan

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Algeria

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Angola

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Armenia

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Bangladesh

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Benin

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Bhutan

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Bolivia

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Burkina Faso

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Burundi

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Cambodia

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Cameroon

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Central African Republic

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China

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Colombia

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Cote d’Ivoire

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Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

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Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Djibouti

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Dominican Republic

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Ecuador

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Egypt

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El Salvador

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Ethiopia

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Gambia

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Ghana

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Guatemala

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Guinea

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Guinea-Bissau

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Haiti

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Honduras

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India

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Indonesia

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Jordan

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Kenya

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Kyrgyzstan

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Lao People’s Democratic Republic

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Lebanon

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Lesotho

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Liberia

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Libya

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Madagascar

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Malawi

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Mauritania

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Myanmar

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Namibia

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Nepal

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Nicaragua

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Niger

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Nigeria

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Pacific Island Countries

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Pakistan

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Palestine

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Philippines

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Republic of the Congo

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Rwanda

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Sao Tome and Principe

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Senegal

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Sierra Leone

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Somalia

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South Sudan

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Sri Lanka

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Sudan

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Swaziland

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Syria

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Tajikistan

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The Sahel

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Timor-Leste

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Tunisia

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Turkey

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Uganda

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Ukraine

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United Republic of Tanzania

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Venezuela

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Yemen

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Zambia

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Zimbabwe

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Featured Stories

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Photo: WFP/Julian Frank/2021 Time Is Running out for Afghan Families as Their Country Becomes the World's Largest Humanitarian Crisis

Over the last four months, Afghanistan has become the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. Jane Ferguson gives a heartbreaking account of her recent visit to Kabul.

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Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill Our Year in Review: World Food Program USA’s Top 10 Moments of 2021

Through all the challenges and successes of 2021, our team remained grounded by the mission of our work: to do everything in our power to create a world without hunger.

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Photo: UN Haiti/Daniel Dickinson Rebuilding Schools and Delivering Hot Meals: How WFP Continues to Help Haitians Recover After the Quake

For International Day of Education, we’re taking look at how new schools and hot meals are keeping students in the classroom – even after disaster strikes.

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