WFP Spending by Result Area in 2022 (Core and Non-Core Expenditure and Encumbrances)

Total:   $ 11 835 004



As the world’s largest humanitarian agency, WFP saves lives in emergencies and uses food assistance to build pathways to peace, stability and prosperity for people recovering from conflict, disasters and the impact of climate change. WFP leverages its extensive operational and logistical footprint in emergencies to reach the furthest behind and most vulnerable, working with partners to ensure that people living with, at risk of and affected by HIV have access to essential food and nutrition support. WFP’s mandate and duty pertain to all people in need. This means ensuring that vulnerable groups, such as those affected by HIV, are not left behind–a central priority in WFP’s strategic vision.

With its mandate to save lives, WFP leverages its emergency footprint to ensure that vulnerable groups are reached, while striving to include the people who are most in need. Supporting people affected by HIV in emergency settings is key for delivering on the humanitarian imperative, while also laying the foundation for longer-term health and resilience.

To eradicate hunger and malnutrition, WFP supports the inclusion of vulnerable and left-behind populations to meet their urgent and essential food security and nutrition needs. By stressing food security and nutrition as fundamental building blocks for health and development, WFP helps people living with HIV and their households meet their essential needs. WFP also links HIV clients with asset-generating and sustainable livelihood activities, enabling people to build resilience to shocks and stressors.

WFP promotes inclusive social protection systems to help people meet their essential needs, decrease their long-term vulnerability, and access services. By tackling multidimensional risks and intersecting inequalities and mitigating the social and structural drivers of poverty and exclusion, social protection can help address the deep-rooted social vulnerabilities and structural factors that affect people who are vulnerable to HIV. By providing adequate and comprehensive food and nutrition support, WFP addresses the economic and social causes of hunger and enhances access to complementary services at scale.

WFP pursues its vision and mandate strategically including HIV within its programme, policy and partnership work, while sustaining global efforts to eliminate AIDS as a public health threat by 2030.

Find more details in the 2022 PMR Results by Organization.