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The WFP Wins The Nobel Peace Prize​

The World Food Programme won this year’s Nobel Peace Prize for its efforts to combat hunger and food insecurity around the globe. But tragically the UN agency has only scratched the surface. Almost 700 million people worldwide don't have enough to eat and global poverty is rising amid the coronavirus pandemic. So, how much more does the World Food Programme need to do? And does it have the support and resources to do it?​ Guests: Abeer Etefa UN World Food Programme Senior Spokesperson Dave Harden Former USAID Assistant for the West Bank and Gaza Benedicte Giaever NORCAP Executive Director

WFP bags Nobel prize for combating global hunger

WFP bags Nobel prize for combating global hunger

Central African Republic Displaced: Food running out for internally displaced

Central African Republic Displaced: Food running out for internally displaced

Jordan Refugees: UN says 1.3 million refugees struggle with poverty

Jordan Refugees: UN says 1.3 million refugees struggle with poverty

Roundtable: What's causing food poverty in the UK?

Roundtable: What's causing food poverty in the UK?

Bulgarian voters seek change as country holds fourth election in two years

Bulgarian voters seek change as country holds fourth election in two years

Florida counts cost of Hurricane Ian

Florida counts cost of Hurricane Ian

Moscow vetoes UN resolution on proclaimed annexations

Moscow vetoes UN resolution on proclaimed annexations

Putin moves to illegally annex four regions of eastern Ukraine

Putin moves to illegally annex four regions of eastern Ukraine

Suicide attack kills students in a tutoring center in Kabul

Suicide attack kills students in a tutoring center in Kabul

Europe seeks alternatives to Russian gas as winter season nears

Europe seeks alternatives to Russian gas as winter season nears

Florida ravaged by Hurricane Ian

Florida ravaged by Hurricane Ian

Arab alliance splits ahead of Israeli elections

Arab alliance splits ahead of Israeli elections

World Nomad Games back after two-year break

World Nomad Games back after two-year break

Putin signs decrees, paving way to annex Kherson, Zaporizhzhia

Putin signs decrees, paving way to annex Kherson, Zaporizhzhia

Suu Kyi, Australian economist detained since last year's coup

Suu Kyi, Australian economist detained since last year's coup

British PM defends tax cuts despite tumbling pound

British PM defends tax cuts despite tumbling pound

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