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Zambia’s President Mr Hakainde Hichilema awards students for growing vegetables using locally sourced hydroponics systems.

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WFP enhances livelihoods in refugee communities in Kyaka II and Kyangwali settlements through H2Grow.

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5 reasons why local and regional innovations are crucial for shaping the future of food systems.

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With support from the World Food Programme Innovation Accelerator, and the WFP Armenia Country Office, small and medium enterprises have an opportunity to develop their businesses through access…

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Hosting a virtual event and seeking ways to deliver the best possible experience for your audience and collaborating partners? We have put together our top tips for virtual event facilitation from…

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A study visit from Libya to Zambia uncovered key learnings from Zambia’s experience using school meals and hydroponics to tackle food security.  

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Over the past decade, the Malakyarari community of Borno State in Nigeria have been affected by conflict, which has negatively impacted livelihoods and household incomes.

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Meet our latest cohort of start-ups and WFP innovation teams participating in the 43rd WFP Innovation Bootcamp from 20 to 24 June 2022. On Thursday, 30 June, the teams will take our virtual stage at…

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The WFP Innovation Challenge 2022 is calling for innovative solutions to address the climate crisis. Do you think you have one? This is your opportunity to contribute to a future…

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Recognizing the World Food Programme’s top 5 innovative solutions for disrupting hunger.

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WFP, WHO and UNHRD lead an innovation process to enable multi-stakeholder design  

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The eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano in January 2022 was a stark reminder of how telecommunications preparedness can mean the difference between silence and life-saving response.

Ahead of World Environment Day, WFP's Innovation Accelerator shows how it helps one award-winning team to fight climate change and create a greener world.

For the past six years, the WFP Innovation Accelerator has been working to systematically source, support and scale high-potential solutions to end hunger and help pave the path to reaching the other…

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WFP staff are generally innovation-minded, but what would it take to systematically identify, support and scale up innovations to benefit the communities we serve? In this blog, we gather six…

Meet the 9 teams innovating towards culture change and a more inclusive workplace in the UN...

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Based in Baghdad, Iraq, Ghufran Salim Jabbar, a single mother of two young girls, overcame adversity to achieve success and a promising future for her family. She is an accomplished graduate of the…

Ian, 28, is from Kibera, one of Africa’s largest informal urban settlements. Currently employed as an IT Assistant with the World Food Programme (WFP) in Kenya, he remembers what it was like to go…

The World Food Programme (WFP)-led Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC) stepped up to reconnect students with access to the internet and IT equipment. WFP was already serving over 2,600…

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In our quest to explore how Earth Observation (EO) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help people facing food insecurity, Φ-lab at the European Space Agency (ESA),…