The World Food Program (WFP) is a voluntarily funded United Nations Agency founded in 1961 The WFP’s target is countries victims to hunger and malnutrition, and how to eliminate it from the world. It’s the most successful agency yet, as recently, the WFP has assisted 76.7 million people in 81 countries in 2015, and is designing programmes with countries, that is expected to benefit more than 80 million people. The WFP also plans and prepare for emergencies and its efforts are focused on conflicted countries than people who live in non-conflicted countries.I. Establishing a Framework to Increase the Supply of Food through Technology In the growing industry nowadays, agriculture must meet many sustainability goals, and produce products of high quality that benefit conflicted countries and help in reducing and eliminating hunger. In order to reach this goal, the producers of agriculture must meet technology. Achieving technology might seem pricy, but the many advantages will be beneficial to many areas. Agriculture functions in Zimbabwe is central and essential for both the country’s development and the day to day functions. Although there are many challenges facing the Zimbabwean agriculture practice, but a lot of people consider it as a source of food, it’s intrinsic to the development of the country. In order to remain competitive, Zimbabwe has introduced agricultural technologies to improve its agricultural productivity. The investigated technologies were water harvesting, irrigation, manure application, and conservation agriculture. The main aim of all these technologies is to increase crop yields through the application and management of water in crop production. An independent samples t-test was conducted to compare mean crop output levels realized by households practicing these technologies and those who were not practicing it. The results indicated that there was a significant difference between the outputs of the maize crop for both households. The use of technology resulted in farmers realizing a significantly higher output compared with a low output of those who don’t use technology. These results shows that the use of agricultural technology leads to higher productivity. Zimbabwe is aiming to meet its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) toward reducing poverty and hunger. In September of 2017, the World Food Programme said that 2.2Million Zimbabweans will require food assistance this year. In order to address hunger and poverty, aid agencies are expanding their existence in rural areas. Thus success will be driven by the government and the people of Zimbabwe. The WFP will focus on supporting longer-term national social protection and resilience-building in Zimbabwe to achieve Zero Hunger. It will be concentrating on strengthening the systems and institutions that are responsible for sustainability in Zimbabwe. WFP in Zimbabwe will build on its innovative work in knowledge and evidence generation while increasingly focusing on strengthening the systems and institutions that are ultimately responsible for sustainably reaching Zero Hunger in Zimbabwe.Despite the fact that Zimbabwe is facing hunger in the past few years and agriculture is functioning poorly, but the Zimbabwean government is introducing technologies to increase the supply of food as well as working with the World Food Programme to build sustainable systems in order to eradicate hunger and ensure better nutrition.