"I like to help in any way I can. I help in the warehouse because I like that food is well stored since they are for people who need it most," says Henry Lopez, 51, a driver in the WFP Siuna Office, some 320 kilometers from Managua, capital of Nicaragua. When Henry joined WFP eight year ago, he knew nothing about warehouse management. "But now I have more knowledge. I'm involved in other tasks to learn more and become even more helpful," he says as he describes that now he knows how to stow and count the bags and take sample to verify quality and pest control. "We all need to take care of the food donated by the international community," he concludes.