World Food Programme


​© WFP 

StopHunger-WFP_cobranding logo_4C_2018_ENp.jpg

WFP is the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Its main objective is to contribute to the international community's goal of achieving a world without hunger by 2030. Each year, it helps to feed around 100 million people in more than 80 countries. Its international network and its proximity to other United Nations bodies make it a partner of choice for Stop Hunger. 

For the past 6 years, we have been building a global partnership with 3 strategic and operational priorities: 

#1 - Empower women and local communities.

Educate, train, finance and support women in their empowerment journey, the most effective way to sustainably improve a community's livelihood.  

#2- Produce and consume locally.

School feeding programmes are part of a virtuous circle of social utility and sustainable development. Favouring short circuits allows for a better distribution of resources, and is beneficial for all local actors.

#3 - Emergency aid.

Stop Hunger can thus increase the impact of its assistance to countries in emergency situations, by supporting the WFP and its partners in their efforts. 

*The United Nations Zero Hunger Challenge for Development by 2030: eradicate hunger, ensure food safety, improve nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.

WFP Food voucher_0093.jpg