WFP innovators and entrepreneurs are pivoting their projects to address challenges posed by the global pandemic
The Atrium is a platform to boost learning, collaboration and conversation about blockchain among the United Nations community.
WFP is leading the charge on two breakthrough digital solutions as part of a bold effort to enhance the wider UN system.
We sat down with World Food Program USA's Hacking Hunger podcast to discuss how innovation can help solve hunger during a pandemic.
Our partner Singularity University wrote a blog about how we're harnessing tech and innovation to help solve the world’s most urgent challenges.
WFP supports three new innovations to transform grain storage and distribution
Innovations scaling up with the support of the WFP Innovation Accelerator reached 1.4 million people in 2019.
New system serving 46,000 people in Cox’s Bazar is empowering women and helping families maintain social distancing
Food Matters Live Podcast: Hila Cohen, Head of Business Development at the WFP Innovation Accelerator explains how we support entrepreneurs and startups working towards ending hunger.
In 2019, we marked our fourth year together at the WFP Innovation Accelerator—a year full of impact, growth and partnerships. Thanks to the dedicated support of our partners, we have accelerated over…
Chief economist Arif Husain explains how cutting-edge tech is supporting assistance by agency and wider humanitarian community
Amid Coronavirus concerns, WFP and UNHCR joined forces this month for our first-ever virtual innovation bootcamp.
Five teams are coming together virtually to develop digital solutions to streamline how United Nations agencies work.
ShareTheMeal’s global community shares more than 50 million meals with hungry people across the world
Nine of the best ideas from WFP's 2019 Innovation Challenge have been invited to attend the WFP Innovation Accelerator’s Innovation Bootcamp, 10–14 February 2020 in Munich, Germany.
How a web-based application is helping fight hunger in South Sudan
A flood-hazard model created by WFP and partners is helping people in Mozambique prepare for climate shocks
Working for multinationals from their refuge in Dadaab
In Lebanon, a U.N. pilot program is trying to use technology and digital innovations to provide food for hundreds of thousands of Syrians.
To combat food shortages, the U.N. World Food Program is using technologies like iris scans to track refugee spending habits and hydroponics to grow livestock feed.
Near real-time monitoring of food security situation in more than 90 countries set to inform better decisions.
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