Первый слайд презентации: International health care organization (WFP)
Name: Patel Vaibhav R Group: 17LL4(a) Acceptor: Tatyana Gavrilova
Слайд 2: 1.WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME
WFP is the food-assistance branch of the united nations. It’s world largest humanitarian organization addressing hunger and promoting food security. It’s a member of the United Nations Development Group and part of its executive committee. It’s governed by an executive board which consist of representatives from 36 member states.
Слайд 3: WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME
It’s vision a “world in which every man, woman and child has access at all times to the food needed for an active and healthy life.” The WFP works to help people who cannot produce or obtain enough food for themselves and their families. WFP food aid is also directed to fight micronutrient deficiencies, reduce child mortality, improve maternal health, and combat disease, including HIV and AIDS.
Слайд 4: 2.YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT
The WFP is establish in 19 th December 1961 ; 58 years ago. Headquarters located in Rome, Italy. After the 1960 food and agriculture organization (FAO) conference, when George McGovern proposed this programme. Formally WFP established in 1963 by the FAO. Where necessary, the Logistics Cluster also facilitates access to common logistics services.
Слайд 5: YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT
The World Food Programme (WFP) was chosen by the IASC as the lead agency for the Logistics Cluster. WFP hosts the Global Logistics Cluster support team in its headquarters in Rome. WFP also acts as a ‘provider of last resort’ offering common logistics services, when critical gaps hamper the humanitarian response.
Слайд 6: 3.STRUCTURE
United Nations Development Assembly on a 3 year experimental basis. In 1965 the programme was extended to a continuing basis. David Beasley from south Carolina, united states is the current executive director. The European Union is a permanent observer in the WFP and as a donor, participates in the work. The WFP has a staff of about 18555 people, the majority of whom work in remote areas.
Слайд 7: STRUCTURE
The Executive Board is WFP's supreme governing body. It Comprising 36 States Members of the United Nations or Member Nations of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). The Board provides intergovernmental support, policy direction and supervision of the activities of WFP.
Слайд 8: 4.FINANCE
Operation funded by voluntary donation from government of the world, corporations and private donors. In 2008-12 voluntary donated around $500 million. USA is a major donor of WFP with 2 billion US$, followed by the European commission and Germany. The Organization’s administrative costs are only six and half percent- one of the lowest and best among aid agencies. In 2016 WFP received from donors in total US$ 5,933,529,247.
Слайд 9: FINANCE
Since WFP has no independent source of funds, all donations either in cash or in-kind must be accompanied by the cash needed to move, manage and monitor WFP food assistance. Governments are the principal source of funding for WFP. All government support is on an entirely voluntary basis. In turn, corporations engage their employees, customers and other stakeholders in a vital, life-saving mission.
Слайд 10: 5.GOALS
“Save lives and protect livelihoods in emergencies.” “Support food security and nutrition and build livelihood in fragile setting and following emergencies”. “Reduce risk and enable people, communities and countries to meet their own food and nutrition needs.” “Reduce under-nutrition and break the inter-generational cycle of hunger.” “Zero Hunger in 2030”
Слайд 11: GOALS
The WFP strive to eradicate hunger and malnutrition. With the ultimate goal in mind of eliminating the need for food aid itself. Food-for-work programmes help promote environmental and economic stability and agricultural production. This response is activated under the following criteria: 1.When human suffering in which domestic governments do or can not respond to adequately. 2.The United Nations reputation is under scrutiny 3.When there is an obvious need for aid from the WFP
Слайд 12: 6.ACHIEVEMENTS
In 2013, the WFP reached 80.9 million people in 75 countries and provided 3.1 million tones of food. 7.8 million malnourished children received special nutritional support in 2013, and 18.6 million children received school meals or take-home rations. In 2015, the WFP reached 76.7 million people in 81 countries. In emergencies, more than 50 million people were reached in order to improve their nutrition and food security.
Слайд 13: ACHIEVEMENTS
School meals were provided to 17.4 million children helping retain children in schools, supporting uninterrupted access to education. The WFP has scaled up its use of cash and vouchers as food assistance tools. 7.9 million people received assistance through cash or voucher programmes in 2013. In the same year, the WFP purchased food in 91 countries; 86% of that food came from developing countries.
Слайд 14: 7.DRAWBACKS
Kenyan economist James Shikwati said in a 2005 interview with Der Spiegel "aid to Africa does more harm than good“. According to him, the food aid increases corruption as local politicians have the opportunity to steal some of the aid to bribe voters. For sell the aid in the black markets killing the local agriculture.
Слайд 15: DRAWBACKS
WFP answers too easily to the calls of the corrupted governments. The WFP people as an organization "are in the absurd situation. On the one hand, being dedicated to the fight against hunger. on the other hand, being faced with unemployment were hunger actually eliminated“.
Слайд 16: 8.RELATION WITH INDIA
In India, WFP has moved from providing direct food aid to providing technical assistance and capacity building services to the Government of India. WFP is focusing on enabling the country’s food-based social safety nets to function more efficiently and effectively in providing food to their target population. Main Location in New Delhi. The Government of India has undertaken many reforms of the country’s social safety nets in order to improve delivery on nutrition and food security targets.
Слайд 17: RELATION WITH INDIA
In the past couple of decades, India has made tremendous progress as measured by important indicators of economic growth, poverty reduction, self-sufficiency in food grains and the adoption. Despite significant drops in malnutrition rates, however, the progress has not been adequate for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Through this country strategic plan, WFP seeks to support India in achieving Sustainable Development Goals 2 and 17 by capitalizing on its investments.
Слайд 18: COUNTRIES
There are 83 countries where WFP is working. It includes Afghanistan, Armenia, Bangladesh, china, Egypt, India, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Turkey. There are also like Bhutan, Cambodia, Colombia, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Nepal, Nigeria, Philippines, Sudan, Syria, Tajikistan, Uganda, Yemen and Zimbabwe.