Sweden increases support to World Food Programme by US$7 million

Sweden announced it will increase its non-earmarked support to the World Food Programme (WFP) with SEK67 million (US$7 million). With this contribution, Sweden will provide SEK1 billion (US$100 million) in core support to the WFP in 2022.

Sweden’s support is planned to address food shortages resulting from conflicts, climate change, and rising food prices resulting from Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Sweden is one of the largest donors to WFP and is the organization’s largest core donor.

Press Release - Government of Sweden (in Swedish)