We looked inside some of the tweets by @WFP and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
294. in category Society
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One month on, people are still suffering the effects of #CycloneIdai. WFP continues to expand its emergency response while launching recovery initiatives to help those worst affected as they rebuild, regroup & get back on their feet. Everyone can help👉 http://bit.ly/2uFo5SC
Exciting news 📣 Our storytellers are competing for the first time in their own category for the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year Award! Check out the photos taken by storytellers from Jordan 🇯🇴 to Guatemala 🇬🇹and all over the world! http://bit.ly/2Gvs2Qp 📸Avishek Das
Improved cook stoves benefit the people who use them, the surrounding communities, and the planet 🌍. This #EarthDay, read how WFP is promoting the use of cleaner, more efficient, convenient stoves to reduce the overall impact on #deforestation and #climatechange 🌱☀️🌳
“I did not sleep that night. All I could think of was rescuing as many people as I could.” The night #CycloneIdai hit Malawi, Bram took the only canoe in the village and brought to safety more than 100 men, women and children. Read his incredible story 👇
There are almost 5 billion cellphones in the world.📱🌍 That means more angles, more cameras and perspectives than ever before. WFP is training young #Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar on photography & storytelling so they can tell you their own stories. #WFPStorytellers
In #Ecuador🇪🇨 climate change has affected rainfall patterns, leading to droughts that impact smallholder farmers. Through this Climate Adaptation project, WFP implemented a community irrigation scheme to support small-scale agricultural projects such as strawberry growing. 💦🍓
Maria Rita says food has never been a problem for her family before #CycloneIdai. They used to grow tomatoes, cucumber, pumpkin, beans, maize and never ran out. A joint seed & food distribution with @FAO is helping smallholder farmers in #Mozambique return to the field. 🌱🌾👇
History repeats itself as hunger and conflict threaten a generation in the Middle East. WFP is providing food to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send their children to school. Every meal at school is one less meal needed at home.