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Council Congratulates the World Food Programme for Nobel Prize

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The World Food Programme received the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize for combating hunger and contributing to peace in conflict-affected areas.
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Annie Spratt

The Chicago Council on Global Affairs congratulates the World Food Programme on its receipt of the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize, awarded today. The Council's Distinguished Fellows Catherine Bertini and Ertharin Cousin, both former Executive Directors of the WFP, reflect on the organization, its mission, and the work left to be done on global hunger.