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Dalili and the World Food Programme

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Dalili – ‘my guide’ in Arabic – is a smartphone app that allows anyone in Lebanon to compare the prices of 250
staple foods in local shops using the phone’s GPS function. Users can also compile shopping lists, as well as
leave anonymous feedback to help shop owners improve their stores. The solution has been developed by the World Food Programme (WFP), together with its Innovation Accelerator in Munich and Retail team at the Country Office in Beirut. For WFP, which provides 700,000 Syrians and 50,000 Lebanese with cash to buy food each month, Dalili means that affordable, nutritious food is even more accessible.

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Year 2019
Authors Jonathan Simms, Emmanuel Sevrin, Edward Johnson, Kelly Stablein
Language English
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DOI https://doi.org/10.52439/JNEX3839
DOI Number 10.52439/JNEX3839
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