Peran World Food Programme (WFP) terhadap Kerawanan Pangan di Namibia
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This research purposed to look at the role of the World Food Program (WFP) as an international organization in responding to the issue of food insecurity in Namibia, based on the vulnerability of food security in Namibia which can have a long-term impact, resulting in intervention from international organizations through WFP. In this research, it was found that WFP plays a role in protecting human rights through the shock responsive social safety nets program, school meals, EP-RBJ-Regional: El Nino preparation for the South African region. Humanitarian assistance role through the zero-hunger program, food security analysis, and providing capacity building to government entities involved in policies and programs related to hunger. The role of WFP can be said to be moving through technical assistance and input programs that have not been able to intervene fully in the policy-making of the Namibian government.
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