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World Food Programme Wins 2020 Noble Peace Prize

Food Programme has won the Nobel Peace Prize for 2020, this was announced by the Nobel Committee on Friday.

The award was a call to address the international community for adequate funding to the UN agency so that it can ensure people are not starving, the Nobel Committee said.

The United Nations organisation has been honored for its efforts to fight hunger and food insecurity around the globe

This step however got people exicted, happy and pleased at the same time as a lot of comments were made.

David Beasley, the Executive director of the World Food Programme, reacted from Niger.

“This is the first time in my life I’ve been speechless,” Beasley said.

“This is unbelievable! Talk about the most exciting point in time in your life – the Nobel Peace Prize and it’s because of the WFP family.”

“They’re out there in the most difficult, complex places in the world where there’s war, conflict climate extremes – it doesn’t matter, they’re out there and they deserve this award. Wow, wow, wow. I can’t believe it.”

As at last year, the World Food Programme provided assistance to almost 100 million people in 88 countries.

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