We all have our own reasons for getting involved in solving hunger. Our online intern this month hopes to inspire as many people as possible to join WFP’s work and to do their part to help out. An interest in international development, law and human rights, and a passion for helping those less fortunate motivated him to become a WFP student online intern. Here’s how you can join him. Meet Pascal Pagh from Denmark.
Vicky Miller took on the challenge of swimming in a relay across the 21-mile English Channel to raise awareness about hunger and funds for WFP. Through sponsorship from family, friends and colleagues, Vicky has raised nearly £3,000.
How would you let your school know that hunger is the world’s greatest solvable problem? Zara, a high school student in Jamaica, tapped into the tool her classmates were already using to communicate in school and out: social media. With one successful awareness-raising campaign behind her and an ambitious Freerice school event on the horizon, Zara has become a true social media advocate using her posts to power offline action. Here’s her story.
Wherever you see the blue and white WFP logo around the world, these are some of the people nearby making our work happen. The group of WFP staffers featured in this story come to their work with different points of view and life experiences, but they all share this: along the way, a book inspired them to do what they’re doing.