The Global Food Crisis Response Programme (GFRP) is a relief programme set up by the World Bank Group in provide relief to populations hit by the rise of food prices.
To improve the livelihoods of the world's poor facing increased food prices and restricted access to the market.
Participation is open to the public sector.
Developing countries worldwide.
The programme provides support for grain stock management; improved use of market-based instruments to manage food prices; tax and trade policies; impact assessments; cash transfer programmes (CCTs, food stamps); school feeding; provision of food supplements; seed and fertilizer supply and market development; rehabilitation of small-scale irrigation; and improved access to finance and risk management tools.
HOW TO APPLY
USD 2 billion.