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Pervez Saleem


Touch The World – Make A Difference

By Pervez Saleem
Video: YouTube

No one should have to go hungry, especially in a world with as much wealth as ours. But the sad reality is that more than 821 million people are currently suffering from hunger. That’s one in nine people on earth who don’t have enough to eat.

Hunger is a complex problem with many root causes, including poverty, conflict, and climate change. There is no one-size-fits-all solution, but there are things that we can all do to help bring an end to world hunger — and opportunities to create systemic change.

While world hunger is a massive and complex problem, it’s important to remember that each and every one of us can do something about it — whether through combating food waste, advocating for fair policies, or supporting nonprofits. 

“Hunger is not a problem. It is an obscenity. How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”

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Saving Lives. Changing Lives

The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) has been on the frontlines of the world’s worst hunger crises, fighting hunger and famine since 1962. Right now we’re taking on our largest scale-up ever, providing lifesaving meals to 160 million of the world’s most vulnerable people in more than 120 countries and territories this year.

The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) feeds the world’s hungriest, most vulnerable people. For over 60 years we’ve worked on the frontlines of the worst crises, doing whatever it takes to deliver lifesaving food so families can survive upheaval, build resilience and achieve long-term stability.

See Our Impact

It takes more than food to solve global hunger. In addition to emergency food assistance, the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) also distributes cash, provides learners with school meals and invests in climate solutions that enhance communities’ ability to recover from unexpected shocks.

We hope our Spring 2023 Impact Report brings you closer to the people we support. Know that your partnership is essential to building a world without hunger.

We’re There when disaster Strikes

WFP delivers vital food and aid to the victims of conflict, extreme weather, economic instability – and now – COVID-19. We’re there before, during and after upheaval to help people survive, recover and rebuild.

Emergency Relief

Whether it’s cyclones or civil war, we gets boots on the ground immediately to deliver lifesaving essentials like cash, grains, beans and ready-to-eat emergency meals.

Resilience Building

From refugees to farmers, the U.N. World Food Program teaches people the skills they need to become self-reliant. The impact of these programs is felt for generations.

Global Logistics

We oversee logistics for the entire global humanitarian community, including air, sea and land transportation and a vast network of supply chains and warehouses.

Using Food to Build Peace

In 2020, we were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for our efforts to combat hunger, to improve conditions for peace in conflict zones and to prevent the use of hunger as a weapon of war. The link between hunger and conflict is a vicious circle. Where there is conflict, there is hunger. And where there is hunger, there is often conflict.
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World Food Program USA earned a 4-star rating for financial efficiency from Charity Navigator and a Platinum Seal for transparency from Candid Guidestar, both the highest designations in their fields.

Make an Impact today

You can help save lives today. Your donation will help send food and aid to people who need it most.

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The United Nations World Food Program does amazing work, and Melody Media Productions and its team are very appreciative of it. God bless your staff and volunteers.

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