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Annual Report 2007

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WFP unveils strategic plan to address hunger Senators Dole and McGovern win World Food Prize First Lady Laura Bush addresses WFP Myanmar cyclone appeal partially funded WFP reduces air operations in Sudan Food crisis forces new look at farming Aid groups adapt to high food prices Causes of the world food crisis


High Food Prices, Hunger and Despair

High food prices are affecting millions of people across the world - most of all those living on the edge of poverty and hunger. For WFP, an organization entirely dependent on voluntary contributions, the impact of high food and fuel prices represents nothing less than a global emergency.

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Urgent Appeal: Myanmar Cyclone

WFP continues to make progress in reaching cyclone victims and has now dispatched enough food to feed over 575,000 people with a two-week ration of rice. The agency estimates that nearly 485,000 people have received a first ration of food since the cyclone struck.

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