How a Silent Guest Can Help Save Hungry Yemen

Published on 30 January 2012

Starting in the holidays of 1947, the United States helped starving countries with a "silent guest" program. At mealtime, people were asked to imagine a silent guest at their table. Today, maybe at your next meal, you could take in an infant child in Yemen who needs plumpy'nut to prevent potentially deadly malnutrition. WFP will need over $200 million to feed millions of Yemenis during 2012.

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