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Conflict And School: How Humanitarian Emergencies Disrupt School Meals And Education

When an emergency strikes, whether it is a conflict, natural disaster or a public health emergency, normal life is quickly disrupted. For young people, this disruption can mean long-term breaks in education and school meals. The World Food Programme's (WFP) school meals programme provides a daily and nutritious meal to children and helps to keep them in school. Post date: 05/27/2015 - 18:26

WFP’s Food Assistance For Youth: It’s About More Than Young Children

When many think of WFP providing assistance to youth, they imagine small, smiling children clutching high-energy biscuits or a class of kids enjoying bowls of rice. But WFP’s support for youth—like students who receive school meals—extends to older children as well. Post date: 04/06/2015 - 20:05

Celebrating A Decade Of Students Committed To A World With Zero Hunger

The Universities Fighting World Hunger Summit convened February 20-22 at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, bringing together hundreds of students committed to ending hunger. For the students and anti-hunger activists looking to learn more about world hunger and how they can help fight it, it did not disappoint. Post date: 02/25/2015 - 23:30
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For the second year running, students from the London School of Economics’ UN Society gave a voice to the hungry on their campus by organising a Fill the Cup Week around World Food Day.

 

On World Food Day, 204 students at the New School in Rome lined up for lunch. Instead of their regular meals, each student sat down with a plate of rice. The money they saved by eating only rice went to WFP's School Feeding Programme.