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Latino Daily News

Sunday October 28, 2012

World Food Programme Wants You to Connect with Bolivian Students

World Food Programme Wants You to Connect with Bolivian Students

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Providing nutritious meals in school is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways one can make a difference in the life of a child. But the World Food Programme (WFP) not asking you to donate here – they want to invite you to get to know some of the kids WFP is supporting at the Huarimarca School in Bolivia.

WFP is asking you to introduce yourself and submit some questions for the students. Ximena, the Communications Officer in Bolivia, will return to the Huarimarca School to share your messages in a few weeks. Be sure to leave your name and email, and you might be one of the lucky ones to get a personal response.

Click on the here to send a message to the students in Bolivia.


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