The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) have reaffirmed its dedication to work with communities, civil society, governments and the private in a bid to end hunger in the world. WFP made these commitments as the world celebrates World Food Day, October 16, 2012.
Over the last year, communities on almost every continent have felt the devastating impacts of high food prices, natural disasters, climate emergencies and conflict, which have exacerbated hunger and poverty. Fortunately, working with partners across the globe WFP’s food assistance has brought hope and relief to millions. Click to read more