United Nations World Food Programme calls for donations for the Nepal emergency

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Two devastating earthquakes in Nepal have left millions of survivors in dire need of food assistance. The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), the world’s largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide, has already reached almost two million people but there is much more that must be done.

WFP aims to assist 2 million people from now until the end of the year. However, the UN agency is desperately short of funds to continue a highly complex emergency operation in Nepal. Please go to www.wfp.org/nepal today and help WFP deliver life-saving food and services to the earthquake survivors. Your donation will make a difference – and help ensure they don’t go hungry.

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