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Inspiring Photo Exhibition: Progress Towards A Zero Hunger World

Source: World Food Programme - Fri, 14 Feb 2014 12:38 GMT
Author: World Food Programme
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ROME - The photo exhibition “Eliminating Hunger in our Lifetimes” portrays some of the millions of people who receive food assistance each year from the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) thanks to the support of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, one of WFP’s main donors.

The 39 inspirational images taken by world-class photographers, are being displayed for two days in Rome, after a successful tour in New York, Geneva and Vienna.

What: Photo exhibiton "Eliminating Hunger in our Lifetimes"

Who: Jointly hosted by Minister of Agriculture of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Fahd Bin Abdulrahman Bin Sulaiman Balghunaim, and Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Programme, Ertharin Cousin

When: 18:30-20:30 Tuesday 20 February (by invitation only, RSVP required)

The exhibition is free to the public from 09:30-19:00 on 19 - 20 February

Where: Palazzo Ruspoli, Via del Corso 418/A, Rome

Media Contacts: RSVP to Emanuela.Cutelli@wfp.org Tel: 06 6513 2691

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WFP is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. On average, WFP reaches more than 90 million people with food assistance in 80 countries each year.

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