For over one billion of us, the internet is a major part of our lives. We use it to work, research and socialise. It has become integrated into our daily routine in such a way that it’s hard to imagine a world without it. This is the reason why it is so striking to learn that the number of people online is the same as the number of people who are hungry.
How far would you go to help those in need? Would you run a marathon?
How about 17...
in a row?
All over the world kids are coming up with creative ways to make a difference.
See how Emilie helped raise money for the victims of the floods in Pakistan.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live and work "in the field" for WFP?
Join Allison as she takes you on a journey out of Addis Ababa and into the field to catch a glimpse of the people's lives WFP is helping to change.
Allison is based in the WFP Ethiopia Country Office and works in the Public Information Unit. She has worked with WFP for six months. During that time she has travelled throughout Ethiopia gathering the stories of people affected by WFP's work.