“For me the most frightening aspect of the job is whether we do it well enough, because other people’s lives depend on it.” -- Jo Jacobsen, Junior Professional Officer from Denmark with WFP in Sudan.
We all have our own personal and powerful reasons for getting involved in solving hunger. Growing up, this month’s online intern discovered the importance of food and its inverse: the wide-reaching consequences of hunger. It’s this passion for food that drives his efforts to raise awareness on social media and that motivated him to become a WFP Student online intern. This month, he hopes to inspire students to imagine a world with food for all – and to do their part to help get there. Here’s how you can join him. Meet Jude.
What happens when you raise awareness about hunger on social media? There’s an energy that spreads through your network of friends and family – and it helped our online intern from the United Kingdom find her passion for solving hunger. Caroline gives her take.
Food and nutrition are critical to tackling HIV/AIDS. That’s why each December 1st, WFP joins the millions of voices raising awareness of World AIDS Day. World AIDS day is a day for people worldwide to show their support for those living with HIV/AIDS, celebrate the progress that has been made in the fight against the disease, and commemorate the 25 million who have died from the disease.