50 Takes On Hunger

50 leaders, 50 weeks, 50 views on how to feed the world - an initiative marking WFP's 50 years on the frontlines of hunger.

To mark WFP's 50 years of service to the hungry, we asked 50 influential people to give us their thoughts on the global fight against hunger. A fresh videoclip, with a new person's take on hunger, will be published here every week. 50 Takes On Hunger aims to be a global conversation on hunger, so please tell us what you think. Listen to what people say on this page and leave your comments at the bottom.

Now playing: Molly Gives Her Take On Hunger
Now playing: NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen
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Now playing: CEO of Royal DSM, Feike Sijbesma Gives His Take On Hunger
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Now playing: First Lady of Zambia Dr. Christine Kaseba Sata
Now playing: FEED Projects CEO Lauren Bush Lauren
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Now playing: WFP Ambassador Against Hunger Maria Grazia Cucinotta
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Now playing: Actress Drew Barrymore
Now playing: WFP Ambassador Howard G. Buffett
Now playing: Actor Hugh Jackman
Now playing: Agricultural Scientist M.S. Swaminathan
Now playing: WFP Ambassador Against Hunger Christina Aguilera
Now playing: Former WFP Executive Director Jim Ingram
Now playing: Tunisian Film Star Hend Sabry
Now playing: Canadian Journalist And WFP Ambassador Against Hunger George Stroumboulopoulos
Now playing: Paul Tergat, WFP Ambassador Against Hunger
Now playing: David Nabarro, Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Food Security and Nutrition
Now playing: WFP Celebrity Partner, Sami Yusuf
Now playing: Ambassador Against Hunger, Hlubi Mboya
Now playing: Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs Carl Bildt
Now playing: DJ BoBo
Now playing: WFP Ambassadors Against Hunger Amadou & Mariam
Now playing: Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Rajiv Shah
Now playing: Actress and Singer KC Concepcion
Now playing: Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Martti Ahtisaari
Now playing: Executive Director of UN Women Michelle Bachelet
Now playing: Ambassador Against Hunger John Kufuor
Now playing: Unilever CEO Paul Polman
Now playing: President Porfirio Lobo Sosa of the Republic of Honduras
Now playing: Mary Robinson, Chair of the Mary Robinson Foundation
Now playing: Roger Thurow, Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Now playing: Mamphono Khaketla, Minister of Education and Training of Lesotho
Now playing: Danish Minister for Development Cooperation Christian Friis Bach
Now playing: European Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva
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1. Molly Gives Her Take On Hunger

8 Jan 2013

2. NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen

2 Jan 2013

3. President of International Markets for MasterCard, Ann Cairns

27 Dec 2012

4. Chairman of Clarins, Christian Courtin-Clarins

19 Dec 2012

5. Fashion Designer Donna Karan

11 Dec 2012

6. CEO of Yum! Brands, David Novak

4 Dec 2012

7. UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé

28 Nov 2012

8. CEO of Royal DSM, Feike Sijbesma Gives His Take On Hunger

20 Nov 2012

9. Economist and Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz

13 Nov 2012

10. Executive Director of the Alliance to End Hunger Tony Hall

7 Nov 2012

11. US Ambassador To UN Agencies For Food And Agriculture David Lane

30 Oct 2012

12. Economist Jeffrey Sachs

24 Oct 2012

13. UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food Olivier De Schutter

17 Oct 2012

14. First Lady of Zambia Dr. Christine Kaseba Sata

11 Oct 2012

15. FEED Projects CEO Lauren Bush Lauren

3 Oct 2012

16. News Website Editor Arianna Huffington

25 Sep 2012

17. WFP Ambassador Against Hunger Jang Don-gun

21 Sep 2012

18. WFP Ambassador Against Hunger Maria Grazia Cucinotta

11 Sep 2012

19. United States Secretary Of Agriculture Tom Vilsack

4 Sep 2012

20. Actress Drew Barrymore

29 Aug 2012

21. WFP Ambassador Howard G. Buffett

22 Aug 2012

22. Actor Hugh Jackman

14 Aug 2012

23. Agricultural Scientist M.S. Swaminathan

8 Aug 2012

24. WFP Ambassador Against Hunger Christina Aguilera

1 Aug 2012

25. Former WFP Executive Director Jim Ingram

24 Jul 2012

26. Tunisian Film Star Hend Sabry

18 Jul 2012

27. Canadian Journalist And WFP Ambassador Against Hunger George Stroumboulopoulos

11 Jul 2012

28. Paul Tergat, WFP Ambassador Against Hunger

3 Jul 2012

29. David Nabarro, Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Food Security and Nutrition

29 Jun 2012

30. WFP Celebrity Partner, Sami Yusuf

21 Jun 2012

31. Ambassador Against Hunger, Hlubi Mboya

13 Jun 2012

32. Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs Carl Bildt

6 Jun 2012

33. DJ BoBo

1 Jun 2012

34. WFP Ambassadors Against Hunger Amadou & Mariam

23 May 2012

35. Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Rajiv Shah

15 May 2012

36. Actress and Singer KC Concepcion

11 May 2012

37. Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Martti Ahtisaari

2 May 2012

38. Executive Director of UN Women Michelle Bachelet

25 Apr 2012

39. Ambassador Against Hunger John Kufuor

17 Apr 2012

40. Unilever CEO Paul Polman

10 Apr 2012

41. President Porfirio Lobo Sosa of the Republic of Honduras

3 Apr 2012

42. Mary Robinson, Chair of the Mary Robinson Foundation

27 Mar 2012

43. Roger Thurow, Chicago Council on Global Affairs

20 Mar 2012

44. Mamphono Khaketla, Minister of Education and Training of Lesotho

13 Mar 2012

45. Danish Minister for Development Cooperation Christian Friis Bach

29 Feb 2012

46. European Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva

21 Feb 2012

47. UK Sec.of State for Int'l Development Andrew Mitchell

10 Feb 2012

48. UN Undersecretary- General for Humanitarian Affairs Valerie Amos

7 Feb 2012

49. Philanthropist Bill Gates

31 Jan 2012

50. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

23 Jan 2012

Molly Gives Her Take On Hunger

Molly, a 13-year-old girl from the Mathare slum in Kenya, talks about the meals she receives every day in class through WFP’s school feeding programme. Last year, Molly starred in a series of videos she made herself using a camera lent to her by WFP, which showed how those meals make a difference in the lives of children like her. Her videos were watched and shared thousands of times by people all over the world. Watch Molly's Videos | Watch 50 Takes On Hunger

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen

Sometimes WFP’s food assistance needs a bit of extra help to make it to communities in need. Naval protection from organizations like NATO lets WFP deliver food even under dangerous conditions, says Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO Secretary General

President of International Markets for MasterCard, Ann Cairns

Fighting hunger is about finding new ways to reach out to those who can afford to help as well as using innovative tools to assist those in need, says Ann Cairns, President of International Markets for MasterCard.

Chairman of Clarins, Christian Courtin-Clarins

With so many children in the world going without daily meals, we must share our successes with the kids who really deserve it, says Christian Courtin-Clarins, Chairman of luxury cosmetics company Clarins.

Fashion Designer Donna Karan

Fashion designer Donna Karan asks us all to do our part to help those in need get the food they need to survive and be healthy.

CEO of Yum! Brands, David Novak

We all know people who don’t get enough to reach their full potential, says David Novak, CEO of Yum! Brands, Inc., which is why the cause of solving global hunger is so inspiring to millions of people.

UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé

Effective HIV treatment requires good nutrition, says UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé, but unfortunately too many people in the world living with HIV still don’t have enough to eat; this means they often are not able to continue their treatment.

CEO of Royal DSM, Feike Sijbesma Gives His Take On Hunger

It is important to provide enough food and calories for those in need, says Feike Sijbesma, CEO of Royal DSM, but it is essential that we also provide food with the right nutrients to keep people alive and health.

Economist and Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz

Malnutrition has lifelong effects on health and on productivity, says economist and Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz, especially when it occurs in children. See more 50 Takes On Hunger.

 

Executive Director of the Alliance to End Hunger Tony Hall

We need to do three things to end hunger, says Tony Hall Executive Director of the Alliance to End Hunger: collaborate better, educate the public and develop political will.

US Ambassador To UN Agencies For Food And Agriculture David Lane

Beyond assisting in humanitarian emergencies, we need to help people prepare for future emergencies, says Ambassador David Lane. Fortunately, greater knowledge and political will around the world means we have reason to be optimistic about the fight against hunger.

Economist Jeffrey Sachs

With programmes like those run by WFP and other UN agencies, says economist Jeffrey Sachs, we have the opportunity to end the tragedy of hunger and to build a healthier and more prosperous world.

UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food Olivier De Schutter

Many of the hungry poor are also disempowered and on the margins of society, says Olivier De Schutter, UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, and giving them a voice is key to successfully reducing hunger and malnutrition

First Lady of Zambia Dr. Christine Kaseba Sata

Empowering the poor is the key to feeding the nation, says First Lady of Zambia Dr. Christine Kaseba Sata, who calls on governments to ensure that land is used properly to reduce hunger and poverty.

FEED Projects CEO Lauren Bush Lauren

Lauren Bush Lauren, co-founder and CEO of FEED Projects, says we can make a great impact on the solvable problem of global hunger if we all work together

News Website Editor Arianna Huffington

Child hunger is growing, says Arianna Huffington, President and Editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group, but we have the ability to stop this suffering if we all work together. Watch some of the other 50 Takes On Hunger

WFP Ambassador Against Hunger Jang Don-gun

WFP Ambassador Against Hunger for Korea Jang Dong-gun talks about his experience visiting WFP's operations in the southeast Asian country of Laos.

WFP Ambassador Against Hunger Maria Grazia Cucinotta

WFP Ambassador Against Hunger Maria Grazia Cucinotta describes the opportunities she has been given to travel the world working with children. It is a gift, the actress says, to be able to interact with so many children in her role as ambassador.

United States Secretary Of Agriculture Tom Vilsack

United States Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack recalls his own childhood as an orphan and discusses the strong, moral imperative shared by everyone to help end hunger.

Actress Drew Barrymore

Everyone has a part to play in the fight against hunger, says actress Drew Barrymore, underlining that a little bit can go a long way towards changing the lives of hungry children. See more 50 Takes On Hunger

WFP Ambassador Howard G. Buffett

There's no silver bullet for ending global hunger, according to philanthropist and WFP Ambassador Howard G. Buffett, who says empowering the world's 2 billion small farmers to grow more and better food is a key step towards ensuring future food security. See more 50 Takes On Hunger

Actor Hugh Jackman

Calling hunger one of the most debilitating things that anyone can experience in life, actor Hugh Jackman implores each of us to do our part to conquer this most imperative of causes. See More 50 Takes On Hunger

Agricultural Scientist M.S. Swaminathan

Agricultural scientist M.S. Swaminathan praises the work of the dedicated “hunger fighters” around the world who spend every day helping those most in need.
 

WFP Ambassador Against Hunger Christina Aguilera

As a mother, WFP Ambassador Against Hunger Christina Aguilera identifies with the millions of women around the world who struggle to feed their children every day.

Former WFP Executive Director Jim Ingram

WFP is breaking new ground by partnering with small farmers and helping them connect with markets, says Jim Ingram who was head of the agency from 1982-1992.

Tunisian Film Star Hend Sabry

Tunisian actress and WFP Ambassador Against Hunger Hend Sabry says hunger is at the root of many of the world's most pressing problems such as education and healthcare.

Canadian Journalist And WFP Ambassador Against Hunger George Stroumboulopoulos

WFP Ambassador Against Hunger George Stroumboulopoulos recalls his travels around the world with WFP, where he saw hunger on the frontlines of emergencies in Darfur, Pakistan and Haiti.

Paul Tergat, WFP Ambassador Against Hunger

When he was a child, WFP Ambassador Against Hunger and World Champion Marathon Runner Paul Tergat did not go to school to learn. He went to receive daily meals from WFP, which encouraged him to stay in school longer and receive a better education.

David Nabarro, Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Food Security and Nutrition

David Nabarro, Special Representative of the Secretary-General, emphasizes the collective role that we all play – the United Nations, governments, civil society and the private sector – as we work together to end hunger.

WFP Celebrity Partner, Sami Yusuf

With so many people going hungry in the 21st century, musician and WFP Celebrity Partner Sami Yusuf calls on all of us to do our part in the fight against hunger, the world’s greatest solvable problem.
 

Ambassador Against Hunger, Hlubi Mboya

During her visits to orphanages in southern Africa, Ambassador Against Hunger Hlubi Mboya realized the immense potential of a proper diet to strengthen not only the body, but also the mind and spirit

Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs Carl Bildt

Hunger affects all of humanity, says Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs Carl Bildt, and is particularly harmful for millions of children who are deprived the right to a long and healthy life.

DJ BoBo

Swiss dance music icon DJ BoBo recounts visiting a school in Ethiopia where WFP provides children with daily, nutrition meals.

WFP Ambassadors Against Hunger Amadou & Mariam

Citing the negative effects of hunger on the ability to work and study, Malian musicians and WFP Ambassadors against Hunger Amadou & Mariam call on us to join hands in solidarity as we defend the hungry.

Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Rajiv Shah

Despite the faces of suffering that he has seen, Rajiv Shah, Administrator for USAID, remains optimistic about our ability to end hunger for the world’s most vulnerable populations

Actress and Singer KC Concepcion

“With so many people struggling to feed themselves every day, Philipines WFP Ambassador against Hunger KC Concepcion stresses the importance of learning about global hunger.”

Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Martti Ahtisaari

Former President of Finland and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Martti Ahtisaari reminds the international community of the need to protect the most vulnerable members of society, particularly women and children.

Executive Director of UN Women Michelle Bachelet

Executive Director of UN Women Michelle Bachelet describes the critical role that women play in helping communities to break out of the cycle of poverty and hunger

Ambassador Against Hunger John Kufuor

Ambassador Against Hunger John Kufuor speaks about the fundamental needs of humanity, calling food the most dire concern.

Unilever CEO Paul Polman

Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever, tells us why the emergence of public-private partnerships is so important in the fight against hunger.

President Porfirio Lobo Sosa of the Republic of Honduras

President Porfirio Lobo Sosa of the Republic of Honduras remembers WFP’s response to the great humanitarian and food needs that followed the floods of 2011.

Mary Robinson, Chair of the Mary Robinson Foundation

Mary Robinson, Chair of the Mary Robinson Foundation, notes the need to link the effects of climate change to food security in order to continue the fight against hunger.”

Roger Thurow, Chicago Council on Global Affairs

Roger Thurow, Senior Fellow for Global Agriculture and Food Policy at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, explains how after visiting Ethiopia during the food crisis of 2003, he was moved to describe hunger as “a disease of the soul.”

Mamphono Khaketla, Minister of Education and Training of Lesotho

Mamphono Khaketla, Minister of Education and Training of Lesotho and a former WFP beneficiary, talks about how important it is for children to have a full stomach if they are to learn well in school.

Danish Minister for Development Cooperation Christian Friis Bach

Danish Minister for Development Cooperation Christian Friis Bach notes the many benefits of supporting poor farmers, including creating economic growth and combating hunger and poverty.
 

European Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva

European Commissioner for International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response Kristalina Georgieva talks about the heartbreaking scenes of starvation she has encountered in places such as Somalia, South Sudan, North Korea and the Sahel, including the life-long affliction of childhood malnutrition.
 

UK Sec.of State for Int'l Development Andrew Mitchell

UK Secretary of State for International Development, Andrew Mitchell recounts his recent trips to places such as Afghanistan and Karamoja where he saw first hand the work WFP is doing to help people pull themselves out of poverty. 

UN Undersecretary- General for Humanitarian Affairs Valerie Amos

UN Undersecretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Response Coordinator Valerie Amos calls hunger one of the greatest crimes in our world today.  

Philanthropist Bill Gates

Microsoft founder and international philanthropist Bill Gates explains how ensuring that people have enough food to eat is the single most basic thing we can do to improve people's lives and make the world a better place.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

In the first episode of the 50 Takes On Hunger series, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon recalls his own experience with hunger as a child in war-torn Korea.

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