The World Food Programme in Expo Milan 2015
The World Food Programme is the United Nations agency that deals with food assistance and the largest humanitarian organization in the world. WFP’s aim is to fight world hunger and to ensure that every individual has permanent access to healthy and complete, and pursues this goal only through the voluntary contributions of governments, institutions, private companies and individual donors.
In recent years, the World Food Programme has implemented significant interventions in the context of food crises in the world and organized stable programs; along with two other UN agencies (FAO and IFAD) has a key role in Expo Milano 2015.
The main message of the United Nations Universal Exposition is the Zero Hunger Challenge expressed through 18 different multimedia installations. As for the special days badged UN, noteworthy is the World Environment Day (June 5) this year went to the scene to Expo Milano 2015. The World humanitarian Day, celebrated on 19 August, was an opportunity to talk about food and explain how to ensure access to those who need it most by working with other organizations. For World Food Day, which will instead be celebrated on 16 October, WFP is working with FAO, and this will provide an important opportunity to speak again of the themes that are central to the mission of the United Nations. Relevant will also contact with a large number of countries participating in the Expo to discuss how they can better support WFP to develop activities that create awareness among citizens on the major issues of world hunger and proper nutrition. It is expected that all of these events at the Expo in Milan can help you achieve the most important goal, the elimination of hunger and malnutrition, and that it will become public will of governments as much as shared interest of public opinion attentive and sensitive to these issues.