In a world of plenty, where enough food is produced to feed everyone on the planet, hunger should be a thing of the past. However, conflict, climate change, disasters, inequality and – most recently – the COVID-19 pandemic mean one in nine people globally is still going to bed hungry and famine looms for millions.
Powered by the passion, dedication and professionalism of 20,000 staff worldwide, the World Food Programme (WFP) works in over 80 countries to bring life-saving food to people displaced by conflict and made destitute by disasters, and help individuals and communities find life-changing solutions to the multiple challenges they face in building better futures.
WFP work to enhance nutrition in women and children, support smallholder farmers in improving productivity and reducing losses, help countries and communities prepare for and cope with climate-related shocks, and boost human capital through school feeding programmes. In conflict situations, we bring relief to exhausted populations and use food assistance to build pathways to peace and stability.
WFP was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2020.
We were tasked with creating documentation on statistical research that World Food Programme put together for countries like Afghanistan, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Mauritania, Namibia and Nepal. This consisted of creating percentage driven graphs for a true and accurate representation of statistics. Map driven data to display regional information and structural layout of provided research material.
Create the foundation for graphs and pie charts to be worked from.
Select colour range that represents WFP along with creating eas differentiations between bars in graphs.
Utilising the chosen font to make information readable but at the same time creating layouts that are beautiful and narrowing pages down to the minimal.