WFP Spending by Strategy Result Area in 2020-2021 (Core and Non-Core Expenditure and Encumbrances)

Total:   $ 34 948 851



As the world’s largest humanitarian agency, the World Food Programme (WFP) uses its expertise and resources to tackle hunger worldwide, uses its last-mile expertise to reach the people who are most vulnerable and furthest left behind. This includes working with partners to ensure that people living with, at risk of, and affected by HIV, have access to food and nutrition support. 

In 2020–2021, WFP supported nearly 50 countries in integrating food and nutrition into national HIV and TB responses, and assisted 720 000 people living with HIV and TB and their families to meet their basic nutritional needs via direct support (in the form of food, cash or vouchers) across all regions world-wide, including conflict-affected and emergency contexts. WFP reached tens of thousands of additional beneficiaries through its HIV- and TB-sensitive programming which included general food distribution and school feeding, as well as individual capacity-strengthening activities, such as social behavioural change communication. WFP support helps improve households’ socioeconomic and food and nutrition security situation, contributing to improved treatment access and adherence for vulnerable groups, while reducing high-risk behaviours to prevent and reduce the transmission of HIV and TB.

Find more details in the organizational report.