At WFP Trust for India, we believe in the power of food security to transform lives and communities. Incubated by the World Food Programme (WFP), the world's leading humanitarian organization fighting hunger, we are committed to eradicating hunger and malnutrition in India. Our mission is to work hand in hand with local partners, governments, and communities to create sustainable solutions that address the root causes of food insecurity and poverty.


Over the years, WFP Trust for India has supported the Government of India to make a significant impact on food security and nutrition in the country. Our initiatives have touched the lives of thousands of vulnerable individuals, providing them with the means to break free from hunger and poverty. Through partnerships and collaboration, we continue to expand our reach and strive for a hunger-free India.

Improving Nutrition

WFP Trust for India is working to ensure that people at high risk of malnutrition in India, especially women, children and adolescent girls, have improved nutrition.


  • Fortification of staple food to prevent micronutrient deficiencies.
  • Ensuring nutritious and safe Take-Home Rations for women and young children.
  • Improving nutritional quality and safety in school Mid-Day Meals for 6 to 14-year-olds.

Access to Food

WFP Trust for India is working to improve the efficiency, and transparency of India’s subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country.


  • Reducing post-harvest losses by deploying Mobile Storage Units and SMART Warehouses.
  • Supply-chain optimisation for Public Distribution System.

Leaving No One Behind

WFP Trust for India recognises gender equity and women’s empowerment as priority areas for action. Its focus on vulnerable groups, including women, children, adolescent girls, tribal populations, people living with HIV and AIDS, or landless labourers has been clear and visible in supporting inclusion for all.


  • Improving coverage of Government schemes to include vulnerable groups.
  • Enhancing the quantity and quality of food to improve the acceptability and adequacy of the food provided.

Adequate Food

WFP Trust for India contributes to the Govt of India’s efforts for sustainable food systems by supporting climate-smart food systems and building resilience among smallholder farming and fishing communities.


  • Strengthening communities for better adaptation and resilience for sustainable food security and nutrition.
  • Supporting the Central and State Governments to improve the humanitarian response in the changing climate and disaster landscape.

Food security through ICT in Odisha

Analysis of education, nutrition needs of children of migrant construction workers in Bengaluru

Food security through ICT in Odisha

Improving livelihood opportunities of Odisha’s women smallholder farmers

Integrated Management of Storage and Movement System