In a world where we produce enough food to feed everyone, 821 million people still go to bed on an empty stomach each night. Your gift can make a difference.
The World Food Program (WFP) delivers food and other assistance to people in need in more than 80 countries around the world. Each day, WFP has 5,000 trucks, 20 ships and 70 planes on the move (this can be depicted with infographics).
Still, humanitarian needs are growing much faster thank available funding. A record number of emergencies, many fueled by conflict and the effects of climate change, have stretched WFP’s resources to a breaking point.
Now with ShareTheMeal app, a tap on your phone can help those in need. Your shared meals will support WFP operations around the world, saving lives, changing lives.
At Eaton Business School, we take a small step towards this gigantic target to provide 1,000,000 meals to children in need around the world. For every learner enrolling for a program with Eaton Business School, we contribute upto 100 meals on their behalf to the under privilege children. Let’s Learn2feed.
Download ShareTheMeal app to donate to World Food Programme on behalf of Eaton Business School. Click the Community icon and search for Westford Education Group. Join the team to make a world of difference to the underprivileged.
Recently, we completed our goal to help provide school meals in the Republic of Congo. ??Find out more about how shared meals are making a difference from Jean-Martin Bauer, the World Food Programme's country director in the Republic of Congo ???Posted by ShareTheMeal on Saturday, 21 December 2019
ShareTheMeal is an app from the World Food Programme that enables people to "share their meals" with children in need. It costs US$ 0.50 to feed one child for a day.
ShareTheMeal is the official app from the United Nations World Food Programme that enables people to "share their meals" with children in need. It costs US$ 0.50 to feed one hungry child for a day. Join us & fight hunger ? http://ow.ly/q2qU30kewHFPosted by ShareTheMeal on Wednesday, 23 October 2019
Food can contribute to a stable, more sustainable #Sahel. ?Millions across Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger face hunger and malnutrition. The World Food Programme is providing immediate food assistance to those caught up in the crisis and building community resilience for a hunger-free future. ?Help feed families in the Sahel ?http://ow.ly/tIXL30qaciaPosted by ShareTheMeal on Friday, 17 January 2020
How much do you know about the #Sahel?With its population expected to reach 340 million by 2050, there is enormous potential in the region. But across the Greater Sahel, millions of people are displaced by a combination of climate change, insecurity and conflict. ?Share with families in the Central Sahel ?http://ow.ly/VUiW30q11epPosted by ShareTheMeal on Friday, 13 December 2019