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United Nations World Food Programme
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http://www.wfp.org/students-and-teachers
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http://www.wfp.org/students-help-haiti
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About Me
A teacher at Primary and Secondary levels for 13 years, I am now Youth Outreach Coordinator for United Nations World Food Programme. Students can make a difference to global issues, and it's our job to empower them to do so.

Graham Bell's Blog

Too hot to go out? Online ideas to keep bored kids (and teachers) busy over the summer…

Posted on July 8, 2010 at 8:30am 1 Comment

Don't let your summer waste away, make a difference, make a change, or at least make it fun!


It's summer break and it's scorching outside. There are some days where you would rather just stay in and avoid the heat. Instead of wasting your day trying to find something to watch on TV, why not make this the summer different? WFP has a few ideas to while away those moments online. Instead of aimlessly surfing the net, why not try…
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Students Helping Haiti

Posted on January 19, 2010 at 10:34am 0 Comments

Hi all - this is my first post, and it's an important one. In my role as Youth Outreach Coordinator for United Nations World Food Programme, I have been inundated with request from students and educators asking how they can help the survivors of the earthquake in Haiti.



So - WFP has put together a campaign and donation page dedicated to students. The page can be found here:… Continue

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