Islamabad, 30 September 2023 (TDI): In alignment with Pakistan’s national development goals, the World Food Program’s Country Strategic Plan (CSP) 2023-2027 places a strong emphasis on achieving Sustainable Development Goal 2 (Zero Hunger).
Pakistan confronts substantial multidimensional challenges hindering its pursuit of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Vision 2025, the national development priorities blueprint.
Pakistan faces mounting challenges amid a prolonged economic crisis and escalating political polarization. The intersection of political unrest, economic instability, and security threats poses a significant risk, potentially exacerbating the country’s already precarious situation.
WFP’s Country Strategic Plan (CSP) 2023-2027 aligns seamlessly with Pakistan’s national development objectives and sustainable development agenda, centering its efforts in achieving SDG 2 (Zero Hunger). WFP’s commitment extends beyond immediate aid, offering vital policy and advisory support to the Government of Pakistan.
In a significant stride towards combating malnutrition, the World Food Programme (WFP) is intensifying its efforts by expanding the Targeted Supplementary Feeding Programme (TSFP) in Sindh and Balochistan provinces, coupled with a Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme (BSFP) in Sindh.