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About the World Food Programme

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Shoko Sugai

on 14 May 2010

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WHAT IS WFP? The World Food Programme (WFP) is the food aid branch of the United Nations, and the world's largest humanitarian organization addressing hunger worldwide. The NEED: There are
undernourished people in the world today. 1.2 BILLION This means that nearly,


do not get enough food to be healthy
and lead an active life. 1 in every 6 IN 2009-2010 IN HAITI: WFP began providing food assistance within 24 hours of the earthquake that struck in January 2010

WFP has provided food assistance to two million people affected by the earthquake. IN SUDAN: Sudan is one of WFP's largest operations

In 2010 WFP plans to feed close to 11 people people living in areas affected by conflict or drought WFP has been working in Afghanistan since 1963

WFP is currening supporting vulnerable Afghans with food assistance in all 34 provinces of the country

WFP has managed to provide food assistance to 9 million Afghans in 2009 In addition to emergency work... WFP feeds more than
schoolchildren in some countries 20 MILLION 70 To give you a better idea
of WFP Activities... SCALE at any given time.....
wfp has....... 30 SHIPS 70 Aircrafts 5,000 trucks all so that food is delivered to the people most in need join the movement
towards a hunger-free world

www.wfp.org/jp IN AFGHANISTAN: jkbjkhg
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