Here at WFP, we tend to think Freerice is a pretty big deal--but it looks like we aren't the only ones! Students at Carrabec High School in Maine have caught the attention of the local paper and made headlines with their dedication to education and fighting hunger...
11/24/2010 - 11:52
Barney-Iley Williamson spent six weeks volunteering in WFP's London office. Read his final blog entry to find out what he thinks of his experience with WFP and how with your generation's help, we can completely transform the world we live in.
11/22/2010 - 09:18
The Red Cup is a powerful symbol, and one that seems to resonate well on London's campuses. You've read about the London School of Economics and their Red Cup event, but we've come to find they aren't alone! Below is a letter from Kristina Milanovic about the students at Imperial College and their Fill the Cup event. Let this be a challenge to other schools around the world-- spread the world on your campus and Fill the Cup! Need some encouragement from students like you? Keep watching the blog for a video of Imperial College students and how they hope to end world hunger!
11/22/2010 - 09:10
In the two weeks before World Food Day – and the week after – Barney Iley-Williamson left the London office and spoke to more than 2,000 students in nine schools and five universities around the country. From Stoke-on-Trent to Cambridge, he and Andrea Paltzer gave presentations and lessons on WFP and global food poverty. Keep reading to learn more about what being a WFP volunteer meant during World Food Week...
11/08/2010 - 10:28