WFP Innovations Bring Efficiencies to Refugees in Kenya

Staying at the forefront of technology to meet people’s needs

WFP’s Point of Sale (POS) tablet and App is designed to help traders digitally manage their stock, inventories and profits. Photo: WFP/Alessandro Abbonizio

The World Food Programme (WFP) uses innovation in refugee camps to bring both efficiency and effectiveness to the most vulnerable people in society and to encourage self-reliance and greater freedom of choice in how they live their lives.




Insight by The World Food Programme

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Alessandro Abbonizio

Alessandro Abbonizio

Freelance Communications Consultant based in Kenya

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