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Presidents United To Solve Hunger Brings Universities To The UN For The Signing Of A Historic Commitment

Presidents of universities around the world came together at the United Nations in New York on December 9 to publicly sign the Presidents United to Solve Hunger commitment to make food and nutrition security priorities on their campuses. Before a packed chamber of students, parents, educators and members of the hunger-fighting community, they did exactly that.

Post date: 12/10/2014 - 19:49

PUSH Your University To Join The Fight Against Hunger

There are 805 million hungry people in the world—you’ve likely seen this and other numbers about food security. Ending hunger is a daunting task. But as a student, you can help fight it. Encourage your university to get involved by signing the Presidents United to Solve Hunger (PUSH) commitment to make food and nutrition a priority on campus. Post date: 11/07/2014 - 20:26

Tell Your Classmates: Aim For Zero Hunger This World Food Day

A world with Zero Hunger is something to celebrate, but we’re still some way off. This World Food Day, 16 October, WFP is highlighting how the push towards Zero Hunger is part of our efforts to build brighter futures around the world and sharing some of the reasons why fulfilling this goal is so important. Post date: 10/09/2014 - 16:23
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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.