3 ways blockchain innovation is enhancing humanitarian response

WFP actively seeks new ways of delivering humanitarian assistance by exploring cutting-edge technologies and innovations, and has done so since its earliest days. Photo: WFP/Jörg Koch.

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1. Smallholder farmers use blockchain for quality control

Since the pilot’s launch in February 2020, 100 smallholder farmers have been onboarded, trained and are now using the Decapolis platform in Jordan. Photo: WFP/Mohamad Batah.

2. Blockchain promoting financial inclusion for the unbanked

3. Ramping up co-innovation and knowledge sharing with blockchain

Presentation of the Atrium at the Interagency Innovation Bootcamp co-hosted by the UN Innovation Network and WFP Innovation Accelerator in 2019 in Munich, Germany. Photo: WFP/Sebastian Widmann.

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