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There are 795 million people in the world who don’t get enough to eat each day. This map shows you where they live. http://buff.ly/1VH42Ya
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I have a plan to stop the whole worlds hunger problem..with my simple strategy.

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#Fact: In Bolivia, about 25 percent of households with children under five do not have access to safe drinking water, making food preparation difficult.
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Are you interested in joining the fight for a world with #ZeroHunger? Check out how Universities Fighting World Hunger unites students around the world in a movement to end hunger and malnutrition. http://buff.ly/1LkMN9g
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Women make up a little over half of the world‘s population, but in many parts of the world, especially in Asia and South America, they are more likely to go hungry than men because they have unequal access to resources, education and income. See images of how WFP assists women around the world:
Women make up a little over half of the world‘s population, but in many parts of the world, especially in Asia and South America, they are more likely to go hungry than men. This is because women often have unequal access to resources, education and income and, because they participate less in decision-making. But women are also the secret weapon to beating hunger. Women play a key role in guaranteeing food security and the nutritional well-being...
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“This is the first time I have seen sorghum in four months,” says Rhoda, as she protectively clutches a card that allows her to receive assistance from WFP and partners. She and her nine children are displaced in South Sudan due to violence, and are among the 20,000 people in Koch County receiving critical food. http://buff.ly/1VBfKU2
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Yes help the Christians and only the christians please
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WFP staff member Aliou Diongue works at Minawao Refugee Camp in Cameroon, home to nearly 45,000 Nigerian refugees. See photos of his typical day at work assisting the refugees arriving from unimaginable situations. http://buff.ly/1P9jgFu
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I miss it, working with WFP, giving assistance to the remote area... I do missed it
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In Yemen, one in five people are severely food insecure. Get the latest on the ongoing crisis that has left 6 million people in urgent need of food assistance:
In Yemen, millions of people. Yemen is on the brink of famine. The lack of immediate and unhindered access to people who urgently need food assistance – compounded by a shortage of funding – means that famine is a possibility for millions of people, mostly women and children who are already ...
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If women recognize this fact, then the world will know peace. Women a meant to nurture . The quality of love they give is what the world is getting now.
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Aliou Diongue, a WFP staff member in Cameroon, shares images of a typical day at work assisting refugees from Nigeria. http://buff.ly/1VH2oeu
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“You’re humbled and truly appreciative of all you have,” say Grammy winner Christina Aguilera upon her return from a WFP trip to Ecuador. Aguilera is a WFP Ambassador Against Hunger, and she spoke to the Today Show about the importance of WFP’s work.
As part of our week-long Viva TODAY series celebrating Latin heritage and culture, Natalie Morales sits down with Grammy winner Christina Aguilera, who talks about her recent trip to Ecuador as ambassador for the UN's World Food Programme and her passion and pride for her heritage. She says that after a visit to Ecuador, "you're humbled and truly appreciative of all you have."
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Fact: 1.3 billion tons of food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted globally each year. By preventing smallholder farmers from losing large portions of their crops after harvest, WFP is helping increase the availability of food worldwide. http://buff.ly/1MeEHEn
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A WFP team trekked into the Himalayas to unfurl a flag representing the Sustainable Development Goal of #ZeroHunger. WFP’s flag-bearer Nimdoma Sherpa, a former school meals recipient, climbed 2,000 metres and overcame rain, fog, rough trails and steep ascents to reach the village of Kerauja, in Gorkha district. She was accompanied on this trip by a train of mules bringing rice as part of the recovery effort.
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 World Food Program USA just launched a podcast called “Hacking Hunger” to explore the latest news and innovations related to global hunger. Check out their first episode featuring award-winning author Roger Thurow. http://buff.ly/1Vz91iT
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Hunger is the single greatest problem of our time, affecting nearly a billion people around the world. It robs children of their potential and it harms their minds and bodies. Hungry children can’t learn, hungry patients can’t heal and hungry parents can’t free themselves from poverty.

We are the World Food Programme, the biggest humanitarian aid agency in the world. When we’re not saving lives in emergencies, we’re helping families get back on their feet. When we’re not serving meals in school, we’re shielding mothers and kids from malnutrition.

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