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Answering Your Questions

WFP often hears from students interested in learning more about world hunger and our work to fight it. Here are some of the questions we get most frequently and their answers. Post date: 05/29/2014 - 19:56

Students: Here’s What WFP Is Doing To Get To “Zero Hunger”

You may have noticed that WFP has been using the phrase “Zero Hunger” a lot recently. That’s because WFP is part of the Secretary-General’s Zero Hunger Challenge to eliminate hunger in our lifetime.

Post date: 04/11/2014 - 21:51

Bowling With Purpose

When people all over the world hold fundraisers and raise awareness for WFP, it can make a big difference in the fight against hunger. Three high school sophomores in Massachusetts, US, recognized this and got to work to do their part. Post date: 04/03/2014 - 21:14

Why You Shouldn’t Miss Next Year’s Universities Fighting World Hunger Summit

When I started working for WFP about six months ago, engaging students around the world in the fight against hunger sounded like an incredibly daunting task. However, I’ve been extremely happy with the number of students and teachers who have reached out with interest in helping WFP. On 28 February, I headed to the Universities Fighting World Hunger Summit at Auburn University in Alabama, US, and the few nerves I still held that engaging students around hunger would be difficult were cast away by the enthusiasm of the Summit attendees.

Post date: 03/06/2014 - 23:23