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World Food Programme

The World Food Programme supports over 100 million vulnerable people a year through a broad range of activities, with the ultimate goal of a world with zero hunger. In over 80 countries, we support governments and populations in mitigating the impact of shocks including conflict, climate and other disasters, and in developing sustainable livelihoods that can build long-term resilience and self-reliance. Access to energy is an enabler that contributes to WFP’s ‘Saving lives and Changing lives’ agenda. WFP is implementing market-based, sustainable energy approaches to providing food assistance and resilience activities that strengthen local value chains.