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World Food Program

A branch of the United Nations that provides food in needy areas worldwide. It was established in 1960 and has distributed food in areas where food security is lowest. It is based in Rome.
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The World Food Programme's ultimatum was an unprecedentedly strong warning, pointing to how corruption has increased the threat of famine in Yemen, where the war has created the world's worst humanitarian crisis.
Kattrud appreciated the role of Pakistan as it was the largest contributor among host governments to World Food Programme (WFP) globally.
Dujarric said "out of 10 million people now requiring urgent humanitarian assistance, the World Food Programme is expected to support the government in meeting the needs of 7.6 million people in 2016."
Lanier and the accompanying delegation from the world Food Programme.
The once-in-a-lifetime dinner will be limited to just 12 guests and is designed to raise money for the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP).
Summary: Tilda, a leading Basmati brand from India, recently launched its "Mums Helping Mums" campaign in support of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP).
By logging on to www.sharingasweetfuture.com, consumers can send these children a note of encouragement, and for every note sent Truvia will donate $1 toward the World Food Programme's "Sustainable School Meals" program in Bolivia.
Help feed a child in the Third World by playing a free game online with the UN's World Food Programme, www.wfp.org.
Help feed a child in the Third World by simply playing a free game online with the UN's World Food Programme.
United Nations World Food Programme Humanitarian aircraft, ZS-EPV which crashed in at Bor airport at 8:30am October 19, 2011 (ST)
This scholarly study of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) examines the successful international aid organization and illuminates the ways in which its governance can teach better practices in the general realm of global governance and international development and relief policy.
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