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Free Rice from United Nations World Food Program with simple word game

Do you know ? 850 million people still living under poverty line in the world. United Nations World Food Program (WFP) was set up over 40 years ago to provide emergency food aid, to stop hunger and thus help break the cycle of poverty.


The UN World Food Pro gramme is proud to be the beneficiary of FreeRice. FreeRice is a creative web-based vocabulary game that ties every correct answer to the donation of rice to WFP. The great thing is that the more you play FreeRice and the more you learn, the more rice we are able to purchase to feed hungry people around the world. For each word you get right, we donate 10 grains of rice to the United Nations World Food Program. Give free rice to hungry people by playing a simple word game. FreeRice is a sister site of the world poverty site, Poverty.

Visit and share your part of rice to the needy.1 word = 10 grains and 5 words = 50 grains

Play and feed hungry people as well as increase your vocabulary.

I myself will do this for next 30 days.I hope you too will do this .. won’t you?

Other UN WFP funds/Donations:

Des Moines, Iowa-based Kemin Industries and the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) have formed an alliance to help improve shelf life and protect the microbiological safety of food commodities distributed worldwide by the international agency. The American Red Cross announced a $50 million commitment to the United Nations World Food Program (WFP), meeting the immediate needs of up to 2 million tsunami survivors through the provision and distribution of emergency food aid. Cargill recently announced in a company press release that it has committed $3 million over the next three years to fund a partnership with the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) to benefit thousands of children on the Indonesian Island of Madura and in the City of Bogor.


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Posted By: Kalyan | Date: November 9, 2007 | Categories: Uncategorized

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