Ghufran’s Story: How WFP paves the path to success through innovation

Ghufran at the EMPACT centre. Photo: WFP/RIRP.
Attending online lessons from home during COVID-19 lockdown. Photo: WFP/RIRP.
Attending Orientation Training at Zain Telecom. Photo: WFP/RIRP.
Attending Orientation at Zain Telecom. Photo: WFP/RIRP.

Read more about WFP’s EMPACT innovation project.

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Sourcing, supporting and scaling high-impact innovations to disrupt hunger.

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WFP Innovation Accelerator

WFP Innovation Accelerator

Sourcing, supporting and scaling high-impact innovations to disrupt hunger.

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