Who gives food aid? World food programme

The world food programme is the food assistance branch of the United Nations and the worlds largest humanitarian organization.

According to the WFP it provides food assistance to about 80 million people in 75 countries each year.

The head office is in Rome, Italy, but it has more than 80 other offices arround the world.

The WFP was established in 1960 by George McGovern.

The vision of the WFP is a "world in which every man, women and child has access to all times to the food needed for an active and healthy life".

The WFP has a stuff of about 11.500 people, the mayority of whom work in remote areas.

In 2011 WFP`s total revenue was of 3.75 billion dollars.

They provide food aid to countries such as Thailand, iran, Congo, Colombia, venezuela ect. They transport food by plane, car and boat.

One of the lasts campaign its for helping sirians refugees with food.

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