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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 over 120 countries and territories 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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Türkiye

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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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The United Nations World Food Programme can launch an emergency response within 72 hours. But first, we need to be invited into a country.

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We’ve developed seven 30-day challenges for self-improvement that will also help improve the lives of people around the world who are experiencing the most extreme levels of hunger this winter. Each of these challenges will help you build a healthy personal habit over the next 30-days and reach your New Year’s resolutions. At the same time, these habits will have a positive global effect, from fighting the climate crisis to sending food to people in need.

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Photo: WFP/Alaa Noman/2021 From the United States to Yemen: 1 Millionth Ton of American Wheat Brings Relief and Hope

The 1 millionth ton of wheat purchased by the U.S. government for global hunger relief efforts left Vancouver, Washington on November 26. The shipment is destined for WFP’s operations in Yemen.

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