Nobel Peace Prize-Winning World Food Programme Working to End Hunger and Malnutrition by 2030

United nations estimates that over 800 million people worldwide suffer from hunger, and the world food programme is the world’s largest humanitarian organization working to address the issue. the world food programme provides food assistance to over 90 million people in 80 countries, and works to strengthen local food systems and increase access to nutritious food. hunger and malnutrition are major causes of death, with an estimated 3.1 million people dying from hunger-related causes each year.

World food programme has been working to combat hunger and malnutrition since its inception in 1961, and has been awarded the nobel peace prize for its efforts. the world food programme is funded by voluntary contributions from governments, corporations, and individuals, and is committed to ending hunger and malnutrition by 2030.

And malnutrition are caused by a variety of factors, including poverty, conflict, climate change, and inadequate access to food. the world food programme works to address these issues by providing food assistance, nutrition education, and other support services. poor nutrition can lead to a variety of health problems, including stunted growth, weakened immune systems, and increased risk of disease. poor nutrition can also lead to decreased cognitive development, increased risk of mental health issues, and decreased educational attainment. the world food programme is working to ensure that everyone has access to enough nutritious food to lead a healthy and productive life, and to create a world where no one goes to bed hungry.

By Evey Lovelace

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