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WFP Gender Stats in 2015

Gender Infographics related to WFP direct beneficiaries in 2015 confirm that gender equality is at the heart of WFP’s food assistance.

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WFP Gender Stats in 2015

  1. 1. The World Food Programme: Gender Balance Number of people directly assisted by WFP in 2015 23.3 million girls 23.1 million boys 16.2 million women 14.1 million men School meals Received school meals 8.7 million girls 8.7 million boys 1.3 million girls Received both school meals AND take-home rations 800,000 boys 3.5 million pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers received nutritious food WFP believes that, if women, men, girls and boys have equal access to food and other resources, we can end hunger in our lifetime Visit Took part in programmes to prevent malnutrition1 1.3 million girls 1.3 million boys 1 Blanket supplementary feeding programmes 2 Moderate Acute Malnutrition (MAM) 1.8 million Girls 1.7 million Boys 2.3 million girls 2.2 million boys Nutrition Were treated for malnutrition2 *Figures include beneficiaries of cash based transfers across WFP’s programmes and beneficiary types. Most CBT programmes were implemented in emergency contexts. Refugees who received WFP assistance 3.2 million women 2.9 million men Recipients of cash-based transfers* 4.9 million women 4.7 million men Internally displaced people who received WFP assistance 8.3 million women 8.1 million men Emergencies