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7 May 2020

New WFP Footage Shows Need for Continued Global Humanitarian Response to Prevent Doubling of Severe Hunger (For the Media)

WFP is focusing efforts on mobilizing the resources it needs to provide food assistance to the 100 million people it set out to support in 2020. Food assistance offers a lifeline to vulnerable communities and boosting social protection systems will be vital to safeguarding an additional 130 million people at risk of slipping into hunger in 2020 due to the pandemic (on top of the 135 million people already acutely hungry before COVID-19).
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Burkina Faso Senegal Syrian Arab Republic Food Security Health emergencies Logistics and delivery networks Supply Chain Video for the Media
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Broadcast quality footage available on request for accredited news organizations, please contact video@wfp.org