The World Food Programme (WFP) is encouraging external organizations and the general public to share expertise, resources and bold solutions to help achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 and create a world without hunger.
WFP Executive Director Ertharin Cousin said: “We are committed to ending hunger by 2030 and to achieve that, despite new crises, we must be bold, seeking new ideas, tools and solutions.
“New technologies, a revolution in big data and a desire to collaborate like never before mean that working together we can transform the pace of addressing the persistent challenges that have kept generations locked in hunger and poverty.”
To create an environment that supports and nurtures innovative thinking and the development of new approaches and partnerships, WFP today officially launched an Innovation Accelerator in Munich, Germany.
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