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African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM)
African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM)

The African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) is an active, regional peacekeeping mission operated by the African Union with the approval of the United Nations in Somalia. It is mandated to support Somali Federal Government, train and mentor the Somali security forces, assist in creating a secure environment for the political process and delivery of humanitarian assistance. In addition, AMISOM also support Somalia's forces to combat and degrade the Al-Shabaab terrorist group.

www.amisom-au.org
African Union Peace & Security Department (PSD)
African Union Peace & Security Department (PSD)

The Peace and Security Department (PSD) of the Commission of the African Union (AU) provides support to efforts aimed at promoting peace, security and stability on the continent. PSD also supports the Peace and Security Council in carrying out its responsibilities as provided for under the protocol relating to the establishment of the AU Peace and Security Council (PSC). PSD consists of five divisions: Defense & Security; Peace Support Operations / ASF CPE; Peace & Security Council; Crisis Management & Post Conflict Reconstruction; and Conflict Prevention & Early Warning Division.

www.au.int
Ammunition Management Advisory Team (AMAT)
Ammunition Management Advisory Team (AMAT)

AMAT is a response to the urgent need for practical, authoritative and sustainable technical support to States in the safe, secure and effective management of ammunition in accordance with the International Ammunition Technical Guidelines. AMAT is a joint mechanism of the GICHD and United Nations SaferGuard Programme, governed and administered by the GICHD. AMAT helps the implementation of the UN Secretary-General’s Agenda for Disarmament Securing Our Common Future (2018), and the GICHD’s 2019-2022 Strategy. AMAT’s work also contributes to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, in particular Goal 16 dedicated to peaceful, just and inclusive societies.

www.amat.org
Anti-Human Trafficking Advocacy (A.H.T.A.)
Anti-Human Trafficking Advocacy (A.H.T.A.)

The Anti-Human Trafficking Advocacy (A.H.T.A.) is a young not-for-profit organization (2011) dealing in capacity building on digital human trafficking (advertising techniques being the most prolific). Many people are not aware when they are being trafficked; A.H.T.A. works to assist whenever cases of trafficked people are abandoned.
CENTIF - National Financial Information Processing Unit
CENTIF - National Financial Information Processing Unit

CENTIF is an independent administrative authority established in Mali to fight against money laundering. Following adoption by the most industrialized countries grouped within the G7, creating the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), all countries were invited to set up Financial Intelligence Units responsible for the prevention and control of repression of money laundering and terrorist financing. Thus, the National Financial Information Processing Unit was set up in Mali whose mission is to gather, analyze, enrich and exploit all information necessary to establish the origin or destination of sums or the nature of operations. CENTIF is entitled to the communication and the reports of investigation that it produces, which are transmitted to the prosecutor who automatically designates a judge of instruction.

www.centif.gov.ml
Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA)
Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA)

The Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA) is a dynamic operational headquarters, effectively promoting military-to-military capacity building with African interlocutors while countering violent extremist organizations in East Africa. CJTF-HOA leverages the flexibility of it strategic location as a critical power projection platform and works with partner nations, coalition forces, and interagency/intergovernmental organizations to achieve a unified effort. CJTF-HOA's operations prevent violent extremist organizations from threatening America, ensuring the protection of the homeland, American citizens, and American interests. Through unified action with U.S. and international partners in East Africa, CJTF-HOA conducts security force assistance, executes military engagement, provides force protection, and provides military support to regional counter-violent extremist organization operations in order to support aligned regional efforts, ensure regional access and freedom of movement, and protect U.S. interests. CJTF-HOA is proactively prepared to execute and/or provide support to crisis response and limited contingency operations in order to protect U.S. military, diplomatic and civilian personnel, facilities and interests in the command's Area of Responsibility (AOR).

www.hoa.africom.mil
Committee of Intelligence & Security Services of Africa (CISSA)
Committee of Intelligence & Security Services of Africa (CISSA)

CISSA was established on 26 August 2004 in Abuja, Nigeria by Heads of Intelligence and Security Services of Africa. CISSA’s raison d’être is to assist the African Union and all its institutions to effectively address the seemingly intractable security challenges confronting Africa, with among others, functions and the objective to provide leadership with regard to intelligence and security matters in furtherance of peace, security and stability in Africa. It was also conceived as a mechanism of dialogue, study, analysis, consulting, concerting, and adopting common strategies towards common security challenges among Intelligence and Security Organizations of Africa.

www.cissaau.org
Cote d'Ivoire Ministry of Interior & Security
Cote d'Ivoire Ministry of Interior & Security

The Cote d'Ivoire’s Ministry of Interior & Security performs the following specific functions: articulate the formulation, adoption, execution & evaluation of the public policy of the Interior Administrative Sector; serve as liaison & coordinator of state entities in their relation with territorial entities and to promote State integration; coordinate with other competent authorities the design & implementation of efficient election tools and mechanisms aimed at ensuring the normal development of the election processes; direct and promote policies aimed at preventing factors that attempt against the internal public order, as well as to enforce measures for their preservation, together with the Ministry of Defense; and promote strategic alliances with other governments or international agencies, which facilitate & promote the achievement of the Interior Administrative Sector objectives.

www.gouv.ci
Eastern Africa Standby Force (EASF)
Eastern Africa Standby Force (EASF)

The Eastern Africa Standby Force is a regional organization whose mandate is to enhance peace and security in the Eastern Africa region. It is one of the five regional multidimensional Forces of the African Standby Force (ASF) consisting of Military, Police and Civilian components. EASF was established as a regional mechanism to provide capability for rapid deployment of forces to carry out preventive deployment, rapid intervention, peace support/stability operations and peace enforcement. EASF attained Full Operational Capability in December 2014 and has now moved to the deployment phase, a status that enables it to participate in Peace Support Operations (PSOs) as and when mandated by the African Union.

www.easfcom.org
Ethiopian Office of the Prime Minister
Ethiopian Office of the Prime Minister

The Prime Minister office is the highest governmental office in Ethiopia and under the leadership of PM Abiy Ahmed, has become a model for change and undergone both political and economic transformation. The political office is an agent for peace and reconciliation within Ethiopia and its neighbouring countries, most notably facilitating the rapprochement with Eritrea. Our New Horizon of Hope Action plan has improved Ethiopia’s investment climate and has helped to ensure the provision of significant physical infrastructure in the past two decades whilst increasing employment. Our vision for Ethiopia consists of an inclusive nation which is strongly reflected in the diversity of our government as unity is a means to defeat agents of terrorism.

www.ethiopia.gov.et
French Ministry of Arms (MINARM)
French Ministry of Arms (MINARM)

The French Defence policy includes all State decisions concerning the organization and activation of the military capabilities required to guarantee the security of the French people and Defence of national territory, preserve French interests and meet our international commitments. It is a statement of our military engagement strategy and that of the arms industry. The 2008 White Paper on National Defence and Security and the 2009-2014 Military Program Law are the reference tools determining key orientations and the means to implement this Defence policy.

www.defense.gouv.fr
Ghanaian Police Service
Ghanaian Police Service

The Ghanaian Police Service is a single cohesive unit, organized on national basis with a unified command under the leadership of the Inspector General of Police [IGP], who, subject to any direction/directives from the Police Council, is responsible for exercising general day-to-day supervision and control over the Administration and Operation of the Police Service. The following are the main functions of the service: The protection of life and property; Prevention and detection of crime; Apprehension and prosecution of offenders; Preservation of peace and good order; and Enforcement of all laws Acts, Decrees and other regulations with which it is directly charged.

www.police.gov.gh
Guinea Ministry of Land Administration & Decentralization (MATD)
Guinea Ministry of Land Administration & Decentralization (MATD)

Guinea's Ministry of Land Administration & Decentralization is responsible for implementing the Government's policy on - participation in securing and defending the Territory; participation in the development of the Border Security Strategy; coordinate the Defense and Security Committees in the Sub-prefectures, Communes, Prefectures and Regions; develop industrialization projects on the national territory; participate in the formulation of sectoral policies on renewable energy and the fight against pollution; participate in the implementation of all sectoral telecommunication and training policies and strategies; to participate in the fight against terrorism and illicit trafficking in all its forms.
HALO Trust
HALO Trust

The HALO Trust is the world’s largest humanitarian mine clearance organisation, leading the effort to protect lives and restore livelihoods for those affected by conflict. HALO removes landmines and makes safe other weapons such as cluster bombs, stockpiles of small arms and improvised explosive devices (IEDs). HALO also helps governments manage weapons stockpiles and dispose of weapons and ammunition. HALO works in 25 countries and territories worldwide, employing over 8,700 staff. In East Africa, HALO has operated continuously in Somaliland since 1999, and Somalia since 2015, removing landmines and other explosive remnants of war.

www.halotrust.org
Humanitarian Demining Training Center (CPADD)
Humanitarian Demining Training Center (CPADD)

CPADD was built in 2002 in the centre of the historical city of Ouidah (Southern Benin). It’s a training center, so it the focus is to provide advice and assistance to African countries affected by landmines and explosive ordnance. It proposes, in particular, courses to meet the needs of Humanitarian Mine Action Programmes and Peacekeeping Operations. CPADD was inaugurated on 25 April 2003 by the Benin Minister of Defense (Mr. Pierre OSHO) in presence of the French ambassador (Mr. François MIMIN) and the French ambassador in charge of demining action and victim assistance (Mr. Gerard CHESNEL). CPADD's mission is to provide advice and assistance to African countries affected by landmines and explosive remnants of war by proposing courses to meet the needs of Humanitarian Mine Action Programmes and Peacekeeping Operations in Africa.

www.cpadd.org
Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD)
Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD)

Launched and operational in October 2011 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the objective and missions of IGAD's ISSP are: contributing to foster peace, security, sustainable development and regional integration in the IGAD region; enhancing the effectiveness of the member states security sector to address common transnational, regional and national security threats; enhance and enable member states' security sector capacity to address common transnational security threats, thus, engendering sustainable economic development; and contribute the prediction, anticipation, prevention, and management of emerging, evolving, and exiting security threats in the IGAD region for sustainable development and economic integration.

www.igadssp.org
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

Established in 1863, the ICRC operates worldwide, helping people affected by conflict and armed violence and promoting the laws that protect victims of war. An independent and neutral organization, its mandate stems essentially from the Geneva Conventions of 1949. We are based in Geneva, Switzerland, and employ some 16,000 people in more than 80 countries. The ICRC is funded mainly by voluntary donations from governments and from National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. ICRC is the largest humanitarian network in the world. Its mission is to alleviate human suffering, protect life and health, and uphold human dignity, especially during armed conflicts and other emergencies. It is present in every country and supported by millions of volunteers.

www.icrc.org
International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL)
International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL)

INTERPOL is the world’s largest international police organization, with 194 member countries. Our role is to enable police around the world to work together to make the world a safer place. Our high-tech infrastructure of technical and operational support helps meet the growing challenges of fighting crime in the 21st century. We work to ensure that police around the world have access to the tools and services necessary to do their jobs effectively. We provide targeted training, expert investigative support, relevant data and secure communications channels. This combined framework helps police on the ground understand crime trends, analyse information, conduct operations and, ultimately, arrest as many criminals as possible. At INTERPOL, we aim to facilitate international police cooperation even where diplomatic relations do not exist between particular countries.

www.interpol.int
International Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
International Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world's largest humanitarian network that reaches 150 million people in 190 National Societies through the work of over 17 million volunteers. Together, we act before, during and after disasters and health emergencies to meet the needs and improve the lives of vulnerable people. We do so without discrimination as to nationality, race, religious beliefs, class or political opinions. Guided by Strategy 2020 – our collective plan of action to tackle the major humanitarian and development challenges of this decade – we are committed, in this fast-changing world, to ‘saving lives and changing minds’.

www.ifrc.org
International Stability Operations Association (ISOA)
International Stability Operations Association (ISOA)

The International Stability Operations Association (ISOA) is the only worldwide association representing the stability sector exclusively and effectively. Through our partnerships, engagement, and advocacy, members work together with key organizations and government policy makers for long-term stability and growth in the world’s most unstable places. ISOA's mission is to foster effective international stability through member engagement, networking, and advocacy operations by means of our Four Pillars: Member Company Success; Government Advocacy; Partnerships & Outreach; and Research & Analysis.

www.stability-operations.org
International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Regional Office for Africa
International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Regional Office for Africa

ITU is the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies – ICTs. We allocate global radio spectrum and satellite orbits, develop the technical standards that ensure networks and technologies seamlessly interconnect, and strive to improve access to ICTs to underserved communities worldwide. ITU is committed to connecting all the world's people – wherever they live and whatever their means. Through our work, we protect and support everyone's fundamental right to communicate. Today, ICTs underpin everything we do. They help manage and control emergency services, water supplies, power networks and food distribution chains. They also support health care, education, government services, financial markets, transportation systems, e-commerce platforms and environmental management.

www.itu.int
Kenyan Ministry of Interior & Coordination of National Government
Kenyan Ministry of Interior & Coordination of National Government

The Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government is charged with mandates, including; National government coordination at counties; Internal State functions; National Cohesion and Reconciliation Management; Government Printer; Disasters and Emergency Response Coordination; National Disaster and Operation Centre; Policy on Training of Security Personnel; Citizenship and Immigration Policy and Service; Border control Point Management; Registration of Persons Services; Registration of Births and Deaths Services; Management of Refugee policy; Internal Security Affairs; Drug and Narcotic Substance Control; Security of Airstrips and Roads; Small arms and Light Weapons Management; Kenya Prisons Service; Directorate of Criminal Investigations; Civilian oversight over police; Management of Correctional services (Supervision, reintegration and rehabilitation of offenders); and Control and Regulation of the Gaming Industry.

www.kenyaembassyaddis.org
Kenyan Ministry of ICT
Kenyan Ministry of ICT

The Ministry of Information , Communications and Technology (ICT) has responsibility for formulating, administering, managing and developing the Information, Broadcasting and Communication policy. In May, 2016, the Ministry was split into two state Departments: The State Department of Broadcasting and Telecommunications, and The State Department of ICT and Innovation. The mandate of the Ministry comprises the formulation of policies and laws that regulate standards and services in the Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) sector, Telecommunications and the Media industry. It is also charged with the responsibility of developing  and administering  ICT standards, building  capacity of mass media and ICT, and the dissemination of public information through the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC).

www.information.go.ke
Malawian National Intelligence Service
Malawian National Intelligence Service


www.malawi.gov.mw
Nigerian Ministry of Defence
Nigerian Ministry of Defence

The Ministry of Defence was established on 1st October, 1958 with the statutory responsibility of overseeing the Defence profile of the country from the perspective of the Armed Forces. It, therefore, supervises the Defence Headquarters, the Services namely, Army, Navy and Air Force as well as Tri-Services Institutions/Parastatals. The control of the Armed Forces, their joint operations and training rest with the Chief of Defence Staff who coordinates the three Services while the three Service Chiefs are responsible for the day to day running of their respective Services.

www.defence.gov.ng
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), also called the North Atlantic Alliance, is an intergovernmental political-military alliance between 29 North American and European countries. The organization implements the North Atlantic Treaty that was signed on 4 April 1949. NATO constitutes a system of collective defence whereby its independent member states agree to mutual defence in response to an attack by any external party. NATO Headquarters is located in Brussels, Belgium. Since its founding, the admission of new member states has increased the alliance from the original 12 countries to 29. An additional 21 countries participate in NATO's Partnership for Peace program, with 15 other countries involved in institutionalized dialogue programs.

www.nato.int
Regional Centre on Small Arms (RECSA)
Regional Centre on Small Arms (RECSA)

The Regional Centre on Small Arms in the Great Lakes Region and the Horn of Africa (RECSA) is an intergovernmental organization that was established in June 2005 with the mandate of coordinating the implementation of the Nairobi Protocol for the Prevention, Control and Reduction of Small Arms and Light Weapons which was signed on 21st April 2004. RECSA's mission is to coordinate action against Small Arms and Light Weapons proliferation in the Great Lakes Region, the Horn of Africa and Bordering States. RECSA has 15 Member States and the Secretariat is hosted in the Republic of Kenya.

www.recsasec.org
Rwandan National Police
Rwandan National Police

The Rwanda National Police is dedicated to delivering a high quality service, accountability and transparency, safeguard the rule of law and provide safe and crime free environment for all. Their core values include Justice and respect for human rights, Integrity, Stability and social order, Team work and partnership, Openness, Accountability, Community relation focus, and Professional conduct, efficiency and effectiveness, all whilst ensuring the people in Rwanda are safe, involved and reassured.

www.police.gov.rw
Sierra Leone Central Intelligence & Security Unit (CISU)
Sierra Leone Central Intelligence & Security Unit (CISU)

The Central Intelligence and Security Unit - CISU is Sierra Leone’s professional civilian intelligence and security service charged with the responsibility to collect domestic and foreign intelligence on threats to Sierra Leone’s security. It was established in 2002 following the end of a brutal armed conflict which was mostly fuelled by an unprofessional security service delivery and a flawed, unassessed and bogus intelligence architecture that accounted for human rights abuses and generally a poor and misguided decision-making machinery during the conduct of the war. As part of Sierra Leone’s post-war intelligence and security transformation systems, it is established to offset the intelligence gaps of pre-war years and to serve as a key pillar that supports the country’s early warning mechanism and decision-making process. The operational requirements of the Service are under democratic control and parliamentary oversight.

www.csu.gov.sl
Somalian Ministry of Defense
Somalian Ministry of Defense

The Ministry of Defence is charged with co-ordinating and supervising all agencies and functions of the government relating directly to national security and the Somali Armed Forces. The President of Somalia is the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces of the country. The Ministry of Defence provides policy framework and resources to the Armed Forces to discharge their responsibility in the context of the defence of the country. The Armed Forces (including Somali Army, Somali Air Force, and Somali Navy) under the Defence Ministry are primarily responsible for ensuring the territorial integrity of the nation.

mod.gov.so
Somalian Office of National Security
Somalian Office of National Security

Within the Office of the President, Somali’s Office of National Security (ONS) serves to: Lead strategic policy development on security force composition, integration of regional forces, strengthen civilian oversight over security institutions, C-IED, and women, peace & security; finalize the National Security Architecture; and work closely with the Ministry of Finance to address affordability considerations on sustainable funding for security. The Office’s objectives also include leading the consideration of national security matters by the FGS and FMS, and build cooperation; reach political agreements to implement the National Security Architecture & Transition Plan; agree priorities and keep international partners updated on decisions.

www.presidency.gov.so
South African Embassy
South African Embassy

DIRCO’s mission is to formulate, coordinate, implement and manage South Africa’s foreign policy and international relations programmes, promote South Africa’s national interest and values and the African Renaissance (and create a better world for all).

www.dirco.gov.za
South Sudan Ministry of Defence & Veterans Affairs
South Sudan Ministry of Defence & Veterans Affairs


mpkoryom@gmail.com
Tanzanian Embassy
Tanzanian Embassy

It is the mission of the Tanzanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs & East African Cooperation to conduct an effective diplomacy which will generate economic activity and facilitate Tanzania’s rapid transformation and sustainable development. Their vision is to become an effective promoter of Tanzania's economic and other national interests abroad.
U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM)
U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM)

United States Africa Command, with partners, strengthens security forces, counters transnational threats, and conducts crisis response in order to advance U.S. national interests and promote regional security, stability and prosperity. It is a partner-centric strategy. The Office of Science, Technology and Innovation leads and manages the acceleration of capability development through ST&I activities that support the Command’s mission. Office portfolios address capability gaps and foster partnerships, domestically and internationally.

www.africom.mil
Ugandan Ministry of Defence & Veteran Affairs
Ugandan Ministry of Defence & Veteran Affairs

The Ugandan Ministry of Defence & Veteran Affairs is derived from the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda and is to ensure defence of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Uganda. Their vision is to have an Efficient, Effective and Accountable Defence of the People of Uganda - To Provide Strategic Support to the UPDF in carrying out its Constitutional Mandate and to ensure Effective Reintegration and Resettlement of Military Veterans into Civilian Life. The overall political direction and supervision of the Ministry vests in the Minister of Defence and Veteran Affairs assisted by the Minister of State for Defence and Veterans Affairs (Veterans) and the Minister of State for Defence and Veterans Affairs (General Duties).

www.defence.go.ug
UN - AU Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID)
UN - AU Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID)

Headquartered in El Fasher, North Darfur, UNAMID are mandated to protect civilians, without prejudice to the responsibility of the Government of Sudan; facilitate the delivery of humanitarian assistance by UN Agencies and other aid actors, and the safety and security of humanitarian personnel; mediate between the Government of Sudan and non-signatory armed movements on the basis of the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur (DDPD); and support the mediation of community conflict, including through measures to address its root causes, in conjunction with UN country team.

unamid.unmissions.org
UN Mine Action Service (UNMAS)
UN Mine Action Service (UNMAS)

Established in 1997, UNMAS collaborates with 11 other UN departments, agencies, programmes and funds to ensure an effective, proactive and coordinated response to the problems of landmines and explosive remnants of war, including cluster munitions. UNMAS provides direct support and assistance to 17 countries/territories/missions including Afghanistan, Central African Republic (MINUSCA), Colombia, Cyprus (UNFICYP), Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUSCO), Iraq, Lebanon (UNIFIL), Libya (UNSMIL), Mali (MINUSMA), Palestine, Somalia (UNSOS) (UNSOM), Sudan, Abyei (UNISFA), Darfur (UNAMID), South Sudan (UNMISS), Syria, Western Sahara (MINURSO), and the rapid response and technical support.

www.unmas.org
UN Police (UNPOL)
UN Police (UNPOL)

In line with the vision of the United Nations Secretary-General, the Police Division is working towards a “people-centred, modern, agile, mobile and flexible, specialized, rights-based and norm-driven” UN police. The mission of UN police is to enhance international peace and security by supporting Member States in conflict, post-conflict and other crisis situations to realize effective, efficient, representative, responsive and accountable police services that serve and protect the population. To that end, 11,689 United Nations police from 120 countries build and support, or, where mandated, act as a substitute or partial substitute for, host-State police capacity to prevent and detect crime, protect life and property and maintain public order and safety in adherence to the rule of law and international human rights law S/RES/2185 (2014) & S/RES/2382 (2017). Through formed police units, individual police officers, specialised teams and civilian experts, they pursue community-oriented and intelligence-led policing approaches to contribute to the protection of civilians and human rights; address, among other things, sexual and gender-based violence, conflict-related sexual violence and serious and organized crime; and conduct investigations, special operations and electoral security (S/2016/952).

www.police.un.org
UN Procurement Division (UNPD)
UN Procurement Division (UNPD)

The United Nations Procurement Division (UNPD) aims at providing best value for money in the timely acquisition of goods and services to enable UN Secretariat entities deliver their mandates and achieve their objectives globally. UNPD’s clients range from peacekeeping and special political Missions, over Headquarters and Offices Away from Headquarters to Tribunals and other UN entities. Goods and Services include requirements in the Categories of Aviation, Transportation, Vehicles, Engineering, Food, Fuel, Financial & Professional Services, Security, Medical and IT & Communications, among others. UNPD does business with vendors from all over the world and is actively working at increasing its sources of supply from developing countries and countries with economies in transition.

www.un.org/Depts/ptd
World Food Programme (WFP)
World Food Programme (WFP)

WFP Regional Bureau, Nairobi: Supporting WFP operations in East and Central Africa (South Sudan, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Kenya, Somalia). WFP is the leading humanitarian organization fighting hunger, delivering food assistance in emergencies and working with communities to improve nutrition and build resilience. Globally, on any given day, WFP has 5,000 trucks, 40 oceanic shipments and 70 planes on the move, delivering food and other assistance to those in most need. WFP’s efforts focus on emergency assistance, relief and rehabilitation, development aid and special operations. Two-thirds of our work is in conflict-affected countries where people are three times more likely to be undernourished than those living in countries without conflict. This is exceptionally relevant for this region, given we work with refugees and returnees in all of our countries.

www.wfp.org