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What does it look like to fight hunger? In honor of the World Food Programme’s @WFP ) #NobelPeacePrize , we’re sharing some reflections of the impact we’ve had during our partnership together. #WVAdvocacy 

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Boris Johnson’s food tsar said last night that the government had a “moral obligation” to stop disadvantaged children going hungry as he announced plans for a £1.2 billion programme to help those most in need

The World Food Programme was awarded this year's Nobel Peace Prize for its "efforts to combat hunger". Now it has to grapple with the challenges posed by Covid-19.

The PM is said to be drafting a 'Winter Food Programme' to deliver more cash to those in need, but not via free school meals vouchers. I suspect @MarcusRashford  won't mind how it's delivered as long as it's real, sustainable and long-term.

These include: the framework on delivering a transparent food ration distribution for National Home-Grown School Feeding Programme; Framework for the Management of COVID-19 Funds in Nigeria under the Treasury Single Account by Office of the Accountant General of the Federation...

@SheilaDillon  talking to @Scaramucci  about the eating habits of the world's most famous fast food fan. Food stories from the campaign trail on this Sunday's programme 1230 @BBCRadio4 

The World Food Programme was created in 1961, as an experiment to provide food aid through the @UN  system. As crises multiply, the experiment proves its worth. In every case, WFP rises to the task. On today's #UNDay , we look back at 6️⃣ decades of fighting hunger. 🎦👇 #UN75 

Watch: Don’t over-order, eat everything on your plate, UAE minister urges residents #StoptheWaste  campaign of World Food Programme kicks off with a strong message

Next year “is frightening us beyond imagination,” World Food Programme Executive DirectorDavid Beasley said. “In the immediate short term, we have got to have the private sector step up and fill in this gap. If they don’t, it’s going to be catastrophic.”

The winner of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, the World Food Programme, is calling on the super rich to help fight a worsening global hunger crisis


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BREAKING NEWS: The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided to award the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize to the World Food Programme (WFP). #NobelPrize  #NobelPeacePrize 

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The coronavirus pandemic has contributed to a strong upsurge in the number of victims of hunger in the world. In the face of the pandemic, 2020 #NobelPrize  laureate the World Food Programme@WFP  has demonstrated an impressive ability to intensify its efforts. #NobelPeacePrize 

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With this year’s #NobelPeacePrize  awarded to the World Food Programme@WFP , the Norwegian Nobel Committee wishes to turn the eyes of the world towards the millions of people who suffer from or face the threat of hunger. Learn more: #NobelPrize 

The World Food Programme – awarded the 2020 #NobelPeacePrize  – is the world’s largest humanitarian organisation addressing hunger and promoting food security. In 2019, @WFP  provided assistance to close to 100 million people in 88 countries. #NobelPrize 

Deepest thanks @NobelPrize  for honouring the World Food Programme with the 2020 #NobelPeacePrize . This is a powerful reminder to the world that peace and #ZeroHunger  go hand-in-hand.

I would like to congratulate the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) on being awarded this year's Nobel Peace Prize for its efforts to combat hunger and improve conditions for peace in regions of conflict.

Last year Dominic Raab said on our programme that the ‘typical user of food banks is not someone languishing in poverty, it’s someone who has a cash flow problem”.

“If we don’t get the monies we need in the next few months, I would say 125,000 little boys and girls will die.” --David Beasley, Executive Director of The World Food Programme on #YemenFamine . #60Minutes