World Food Programme Video Series: Hungry Planet

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World Food Programme Video Series

World Food Programme video series is taking its mission of fighting hunger worldwide to the masses with “Hungry Planet.”

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Aired on World Food Programme’s YouTube channel as well as wfp.org, the series shows the severity of hunger, malnutrition, and lack of water sources in impoverished areas, and the ways that WFP are stepping in to help.

World Food Programme Video Series

In the latest episode, a Maasai community is revitalized thanks to a new source of water. Displaced families in Central African Republic call for peace amidst growing unrest. A farming family in Kenya receives credit and training to increase their yields and invest in their future. Take a look at the episode below.

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World Food Programme is a UN agency and the largest humanitarian organization in the world. The agency provides food to more than 90 million people a year (58 million of whom are children). Whether it’s rapid response to natural disasters, providing relief to the victims of war or drought, or putting communities to work to solve their own food needs, WFP is there. In fact 90% of WFP’s 10,000 employees work in the field directly assisting those in need.

World Food Programme Video Series

World Food Programme is funded entirely by voluntary donations of time, money, and resources. Here are some of the many ways you can offer your support:

 

  • Visit the WFP website at wfp.org to learn more about their work, campaigns, and ways that you can help.
  • Connect with WFP on Facebook and Twitter
  • Subscribe to the WFP YouTube channel to follow the Hungry Planet video series and see their fight against world hunger in action.
  • Text the letters ‘WFP’ to 50555 at any time to make a $5 donation to WFP

World Food Programme Video Series

Photo source: wfp.org

World Food Programme Video Series

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