The ‘world’s first responder’: Nobel Peace Prize winner WFP, in pictures

When natural disasters strike, such as cyclones in Mozambique (pictured),  WFP mobilizes to feed affected populations.
UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe
When natural disasters strike, such as cyclones in Mozambique (pictured), WFP mobilizes to feed affected populations.
The World Food Programme (WFP) with their local partner Fondation Pour le Development de la Famille Haitien, distribute food to residents of Torbek, a community on the outskirts of Les Cayes, Haiti, that was heavily damaged by Hurricane Matthew.
UN Photo/Logan Abassi
People in the conflict-affected town of Deir Hafer in Syria rely heavily on food assistance from WFP to meet their daily needs.
WFP/Khudr Alissa
A woman is registered for a World Food Programme (WFP) ration package at a food distribution point for flood affected families in Umerkot, Pakistan.
© WFP/Saiyna Bashir
Food aid is dropped by air by the World Food Programme to vulnerable people in the north of South Sudan in 2015.
UN Photo/Isaac Billy
WFP Executive Director David Beasley meets a young girl in Yemen in 2017.
WFP/Marco Frattini
WFP warehouse staff in Nigeria are a key part of the food logistics chain.
© WFP/Damilola Onafuwa
António Guterres observed a WFP food drop in South Sudan in 2014, when he was the head of the UN refugee agency, UNHCR.
© WFP/Marco Frattini
Children at a school in Haiti enjoy food provided as part of WFP's school canteen programme.
UN Photo/Leonora Baumann