The World Food Programme’s
Achievements in 2013

80.9 million
people reached with
food assistance in 75
countries
Undernutrition was
reduced or stabilized for
7.2 million children
under the age of 5
Levels of acute
malnutrition stabilized
or fell in
90 percent of projects
Household or
community resilience
was increased due to
restoration or building of

assets in 24 countries
National capacity
food security, disaster
preparedness, school
feeding and nutrition was

increased in 15 countries
The average lead time
of 106 days to procure
and move food to recipient
countries was reduced by

71 percent
WFP’s Key Achievements in 2013

67.9
million

women
and children

4.2
million

refugees

8.9
million

internally
displaced people

0.5
million

returnees

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

BENEFICIARIES

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

LEVEL 3 EMERGENCIES

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

7.8 million
Malnourished children receiving specialized
nutritional support

NUTRITION

3.0
million

Pregnant women and nursing
mothers receiving additional
nutrition support

1.3
million

People affected by HIV/AIDS
receiving WFP assistance

31

Countries receiving assistance
for tuberculosis and
HIV/AIDS prevention activities

24000

Health centres and clinics
receiving WFP assistance

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

NUTRITION

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

3.1 million
metric tons of food distributed

FOOD AID QUANTITIES

2.1
million
metric tons

The amount of food
procured in 91
countries

86%

The percentage of food
procured in developing
countries

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

FOOD AID QUANTITIES

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

US$4.38 billion
The value of contributions reached is
the highest level since 2008 and 12 percent
more than in 2012

FUNDING

  • African Development Bank 1000
  • Andorra 34
  • Australia 95118
  • Austria 1264
  • Belgium 37006
  • Bolivia 322
  • Brazil 7073
  • Bulgaria 208
  • Burundi 2501
  • Cambodia 1227
  • Canada 366661
  • Chad 411
  • Chile 20
  • China 6565
  • Colombia 13562
  • Congo, Rep. of 2790
  • Côte d'Ivoire 231
  • Cuba 210
  • Cyprus 3
  • Czech Republic 200
  • Denmark 60258
  • Dominican Republic 1576
  • DR Congo 881
  • ECOWAS 500
  • Ecuador 248
  • Egypt 773

  • Estonia 243
  • European Commission 336569
  • Faroe Islands 55
  • France 24159
  • Germany 229921
  • Greece 41
  • Guatemala 2478
  • Guinea Bissau 484
  • Honduras 24996
  • Hungary 37
  • Iceland 611
  • Intl Conference on the Great Lakes RGN 60
  • India 1896
  • Indonesia 2820
  • Intl Committee of the Red Cross 220
  • Iraq 34000
  • Ireland 23136
  • Israel 20
  • Italy 22765
  • Japan 238433
  • Jordan 47
  • Kazakhstan 20
  • Kenya 580
  • Korea, Rep. of 15352
  • Kuwait 42000
  • Latvia 27

  • Liberia 160
  • Liechtenstein 434
  • Lithuania 48
  • Luxembourg 12448
  • Madagascar 825
  • Malawi 4010
  • Malaysia 1000
  • Monaco 183
  • Mozambique 2
  • Nepal 64
  • Netherlands 66634
  • New Zealand 7838
  • Nicaragua 3015
  • Norway 69421
  • OPEC Fund for Intl Development 800
  • Pakistan 40051
  • Panama 22
  • Peru 271
  • Philippines 1180
  • Poland 232
  • Portugal 10
  • Private Donors* 88360
  • Qatar 435
  • Russian Federation 50000
  • Sao Tome and Principe 150
  • Saudi Arabia 20768

  • Sierra Leone 4547
  • Slovakia 15
  • Slovenia 39
  • South Africa 20150
  • South Sudan 3728
  • Spain 3914
  • Sri Lanka 9
  • Swaziland 195
  • Sweden 102592
  • Switzerland 79474
  • Syria 40
  • Tanzania 105
  • Thailand 111
  • Timor Leste 600
  • Turkey 1000
  • UN CERF 143323
  • UN Common Funds and Agencies (excl CERF) 77594
  • Union of South American Nations 1250
  • United Arab Emirates 50
  • United Kingdom 455369
  • United States of America 1482406
  • World Bank 250
  • Zambia 4141

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

FUNDING

31

emergency operations
(EMOPs)

61

protracted relief
and recovery
operations (PRROs)

37

country programmes
(CPs)

26

development projects
(DEVs)
 

33

special operations
(SOs)
 

8

preparedness activities
 
 

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

PROJECTS
protracted relief and recovery
operation (PRRO)
special
operation (SO)
development
project (DEV)
emergency
operation (EMOP)
preparedness
activities (IR-P)

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

PROJECTS
WFP’s Achievements in 2013

18.6 million
Schoolchildren receiving meals in school or take-home rations
(This figure does not include 1.2 million schoolchildren reached through Trust Funds)

SCHOOL FEEDING

127,500

Schools receiving WFP
assistance
 
 
 

49%

The percentage of all
schoolchildren
receiving WFP assistance
who were girls

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

SCHOOL FEEDING

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

15.1 million

People receiving WFP food as an
incentive to build assets

RESILIENCE BUILDING
ACTIVITIES

323,600

hectares of land
protected or
improved
 

14,100

kilometres of roads,
157 bridges and 197
wells constructed or
repaired

28,500

government
staff trained
 
 

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

RESILIENCE BUILDING
ACTIVITIES

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

7.9 million
People receiving assistance in the form of cash and/or vouchers
in 88 programmes and 52 countries making up 14 percent of
WFP’s work

CASH AND VOUCHERS

US$506

million

Value of cash and
voucher transfers,
compared to
US$359 million in
2012

64%

The annual growth
rate in cash and
voucher activities
over the past five
years

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

CASH AND VOUCHERS

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

US$150 million
Income generated for farmers as a result of the project

PURCHASE FOR PROGRESS

400,000
metric tons

The amount of food contracted
under the P4P project

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

PURCHASE FOR PROGRESS

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

UNITED NATIONS AND INTERNATIONAL
ORGANIZATION PARTNERS

FAO
IFAD
ILO
International Red Cross
and Red Crescent
Movement (ICRC, IFRC,
National Red Cross and Red
Crescent Societies)
IOM
UNAIDS
UNDP

UNEP
UNESCO
UNFPA
UN-HABITAT
UNHCR
UNICEF
UN-Women WHO
World Bank

WFP’s
partnerships
seek to:

alleviate hunger through food
assistance, nutrition support
and social safety nets; eliminate
the root causes of hunger and
poverty through long-term
support to sustainable
agricultural development and rural
transformation for the most
vulnerable people.

1,380

NGO partners

US$88.4
million

The amount of cash
and in-kind donations
from private sector
corporate and
individual partners
 
 

2.4
million
metric tons

The amount of food
WFP’s partners
distributed on behalf
of the organization,
accounting for
77 percent of total
WFP deliveries

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

OTHER PARTNERS

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

STAFF

11,536 employees
of whom 92 percent based
in the field

11,536 employees

with contracts
of one year or
longer
 
 

42%
women

among
international
recruits and
professional
officers

88%

locally recruited
 
 
 
 

WFP’s Achievements in 2013

STAFF
WFP’s Achievements in 2013
BENEFICIARIES BY COUNTRY

WFP is the world's largest humanitarian agency
fighting hunger worldwide.

In 2013, WFP reached 80.9 million people with
food assistance in 75 countries.

For more information about our work, please visit
www.wfp.org

To download the full 2013 Annual Performance Report please click here
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