The world’s largest humanitarian organizations, the World Food Programme, is taking the lead in an ever-growing digital society. With a budget of over 7 Bn USD a year, operations in over 100 countries, WFP serves over 80 million beneficiaries every year. With the introduction of new technologies such as biometrics, blockchain, and smart cards for humanitarian assistance, and a more data-informed customer journey, what seemed impossible only a decade ago is a reality for the furthest behind WFP serves, many without an identity or any financial tools. Harnessing technologies to create new opportunities for new digital societies in the most remote parts of the world, Enrica Porcari will talk about driving transformation in the leading UN organization. Through a digital strategy that involves partnerships, investments, cultural change, and the attention paid to both beneficiaries and governments’ needs, WFP is playing a crucial role in a humanitarian ecosystem made of Non-Government Organizations, United Nations agencies, governments and local partners.