Scale-Up Enablement Programme

The Scale-Up Enablement Programme supports advanced stage innovations which have already proven their project concepts within WFP field operations, and are working to optimize their impact and reach at regional or global levels.

The WFP PHL Venture

Sustainable PHL business models to enhance food security and income for smallholder farmers

BioAnalyt

Changing the measurement game for better health outcomes

Optimus

Data-driven insights to save lives

EMPACT

Connecting youth to the future of work - Graduated Project

H2Grow

Growing food in impossible places

CODA (Conditional On-Demand Assistance)

Simplified solutions for complex programmes

Sprint Programme

Our Sprint Programme is an intensive six-month acceleration programme that helps innovators and start-ups reach proof-of-concept and develop prototypes ready for implementation. Teams receive up to US$100,000 in funding, world-class mentors, and access to WFP’s global network of partners field operations.

Fenik Cool Box

Longer shelf life for better nutrition and increased food security

Annapurti: GrainATM

Strengthening India’s last-mile access to food

Imara Tech

Ending manual labour on small farms

Tiny Totos

Harnessing the social influence of informal, community-based daycares

Decapolis

Blockchain traceability platform for smallholder farmers

Cockpit

Data analytics for school feeding programming

Retail in a Box

Serving local people, run by local people

SheCan

Financial inclusion for women

Humanitarian Topographic Atlas

Making maps for those in need

Alumni

Alumni projects have completed their life cycle with the WFP Innovation Accelerator. Some have scaled-up or were rolled into WFP’s operations, while others may have gone their own way. All have had the chance to test their innovations in WFP’s field projects and gained valuable insights that will inform their future paths.

Dalili

Storytellers

Sustainable School Meals

Cargo on Demand

AgriUp

UAVs for Cargo Delivery

Green Kit

Maano - Virtual Farmers Market