WFP has a team of spokespeople all over the world who are on stand-by 24 hours a day to answer media inquiries.
In Goma, WFP sends out automated SMS surveys to student key informants to collect food prices in the local markets. The information is then recorded into an Interactive Voice Response system that beneficiaries can call to listen to information on food prices, WFP distribution dates, and phone survey dates free of charge. For more information on the project, please visit the VAM blog. http://mvam.org/
Roadside vendors selling "mice on stick" are sometimes used as evidence for widespread hunger in Malawi. Though malnutrition and food insecurity are persistent problems in the southern African country, mice are a common snack even among people who don't suffer from hunger.