Aid Professionals

   

What Big Companies Bring To The Fight Against Hunger

Published on 08 September 2011

Former CEO of TNT, Peter Bakker, explains why the Dutch logistics giant has thrown its weight behind the fight against hunger. Bakker explains what big companies bring to the table and why a commitment to solving the world’s problems has become an essential part of doing business.

You are missing some Flash content that should appear here! Perhaps your browser cannot display it, or maybe it did not initialize correctly.

When it comes to finding scope for private-sector involvement in humanitarian action, Peter Bakker knows a thing or two. As CEO of global transport giant TNT, he has spearheaded an eight-year partnership with WFP which has contributed money, skills and precious logistics support to the fight against hunger. Find out more

Peter Bakker is interviewed by Nancy Roman, WFP Director of Communications, Public Policy and Private Partnerships. To find out more about Roman's thoughts on private partnerships, listen to her own podcast interview.

Comments

Post new comment

CAPTCHA
This question is to test whether you are a real person and to prevent automated spam submissions.