Revealed: How the world’s poorest people face a bill of US $321 for beans over rice LONDON UK – October 16, 2017 – The cost of a plate of food in the world’s poorest countries can reach hundreds of US dollars in purchasing power equivalent, new research from the World Food Programme and Mastercard has …
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New commitment focuses on ending the spiral of poverty through eliminating hunger, driving inclusion and the enablement and empowerment of those in need. Hamburg – July 6, 2017 – At the Global Citizen Festival Hamburg, Mastercard and the World Food Programme (WFP) will announce a new commitment in their continued vision to reverse the cycle of …
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Along with a MasterCard delegation, I recently had the amazing opportunity to spend a week in Ethiopia with our partner, the UN World Food Programme (WFP). The trip was a chance to see firsthand how our contributions help WFP sustainably support people in need. In total we saw five different initiatives in two different regions. …
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To mark the launch of this new donation platform MasterCard and GFK unveil research into the donation habits of Italian consumers To tweet this news paste http://news.mstr.cd/1EkAj0m in to your Twitter feed using #MasterCard #PricelessCauses  Rome, November 6th, 2014 – MasterCard, World Food Programme and Poste Italiane have today announced the launch of the world’s first integrated online donation …
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To think that the technology we almost take for granted can change people’s lives is an incredible thing – but that’s what MasterCard and the World Food Programme are starting to achieve around the world with “digital food.” MasterCard’s partnership with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) was launched in September 2012 and it celebrated …
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