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WFP Teams Up With Zumba Fitness On "The Great Calorie Drive"

“Don’t just burn calories, donate them!” With this message, WFP’s new partnership with Zumba Fitness raises awareness about hunger in a whole new way – by encouraging people to exercise for a cause.

Groupon In Asia-Pacific Region Raises Over USD72,000 For The World Food Programme To Provide School Meals For Girls In Asia

KUALA LUMPUR – Groupon in the Asia-Pacific region donates on behalf of its subscribers over USD72,000 to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), following the conclusion of a fundraising campaign for WFP School Meals activities in Asia. 

Michael Kors And Halle Berry Urge World To 'Watch Hunger Stop'

Watch Hunger Stop. It’s more than a slogan. It’s a vision for what we can accomplish together. WFP’s new partnership with the international fashion brand Michael Kors, with support from Academy Award-winning actress Halle Berry, will help make that vision a reality.

Groupon Australia Joins Forces With The World Food Programme To Fight Child Hunger And Support Girls’ Empowerment In The Philippines

SYDNEY – Groupon, the global pioneer in group buying and leader in social e-commerce, and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide, have combined forces to support the empowerment of girls in Asia through school meals programmes.

Pizza Hut And Taco Bell Support WFP Typhoon Pablo Response And School Meals

MANILA–Pizza Hut and Taco Bell Philippines have raised PhP7.7 million, which they will be donating to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to support their hunger-fighting activities in Mindanao.

Donate ฿99 To Provide School Meals For Girls In Asia For 2 Weeks (Thailand)

Groupon in Southeast Asia (Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines) and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) join hands in fighting hunger and empowering girls through school meals programmes Joins WFP In The Fight Against Hunger

BANGKOK/SINGAPORE – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and online social movement are launching a new partnership to raise funds for the global fight against hunger. The first campaign under the partnership will benefit WFP’s emergency operation to meet the needs of people affected by conflict in Syria.

Bangladesh: Life’s Good - Hope For Jom Jom Abarshom

In Patharghata, one of the most disaster-affected areas on Bangladesh’s southern coastal belt, WFP helps communities increase their resilience to natural disasters and the effects of climate change. In the process, the participants, most of them women, gain much more than resilient homes: they increase their knowledge and awareness about these weather-related hazards, boost their income and invest in their future.

Western Union Foundation Contributes To WFP’s School Meals Programme In Upper Egypt

CAIRO – The UN World Food Programme (WFP) received US$100,000 (670,000 Egyptian pounds) from the Western Union Foundation to support thousands of children and their families through WFP’s school meals programme in Upper Egypt.

WFP And Sandbox Global Join Forces To Fight Hunger Online

BANGKOK – Online gamers and followers of fashion today have a new way to support the United Nations World Food Programme’s (WFP) emergency food assistance operation in Syria thanks to a ground-breaking initiative with Facebook game Stylista ( Stylista is the brainchild of Sandbox Global, a digital gaming company based in Bangkok, Thailand.