World Food Programme


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To meet the United Nations sustainable development goals*, we want to contribute to education through The World Food Programme (WFP) free school feeding and to the dynamism of the rural agriculture, primarly targeting women empowerment.

World Food Programme (WFP) supports governments in the management of school meals programs and assists farmers in finding markets and selling their products, increasing reliability and guaranteeing their production, exchanges and securing payment systems.

Building on the ecosystem of our founding partner, Sodexo - its employees and their families and friends, its clients, its consumers and its suppliers - Stop Hunger has built a model of partnership between public and private sectors with a unique potential for action with WFP.

Our roadmap with WFP includes three focus areas:

  • #1 The sustainable school feeding program
  • #2 Women empowerment
  • #3 Emergency assistance

To optimize and improve the reliability of its systems and its impact, World Food Programme is able to access expertise in food supply and logistics, hygiene, food security, nutrition and dependable decentralization and the quality of school meals..

  • #1- School feeding program fit perfectly into this scheme of social utility and sustainable development, where the preparation of meals, using fresh local products improves the health and lives of millions of children, stimulates local economies and ultimately has a positive impact on the future of countries. To strengthen this program, which currently serves more than 17 million children in 62 of the poorest countries, we have created the “YEAH!” Program and its 10 missions per year.
  • #2 - Educate, train, fund and support women is a necessity to creating a sustainable food system that can be turned over to governments. Whether supporting the commerce in steamed rice produced locally by 500 women in forested regions of Guinea, the training of more than 3,700 assistant cooks in the northeast of India to ensure the safety of school meals or organizing the purchase of a pilot kitchen in Tunisia by including Community of Rural Women’s Organizations... Women empowerment is central to our actions.
  • #3 - In emergency situations, the food voucher, secured and standardized in 2016 thanks to Sodexo’s teams, which has a double benefit: it is made available three times faster and at a quarter of the cost and provides people in need with access to diversified local food, rather than imported rations.
*The United Nations Zero Hunger Challenge for Development by 2030: eradicate hunger, ensure food safety, improve nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.

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