Cash, vouchers, seeds, food itself - these are all the tools in WFP's toobox - we need to respond to each situation on its own merits - Josette Shearan
Josette Sheeran: WFP doing a lot of work to have a tool box that will always hold a range of solutions to hunger.
Simon Maxwell: We have to make emergencies less common, get countries to a position where they can handle emergencies themselves. WFP should be calling on donors to help it do that.
Josette Sheeran, talking to a student asking about youth outreach, I think your generation will be the one that ends hunger.
Feike Sijbesma: I think the media have a responsibility too to fight hunger
Feike Sijbesma: If you look to all the resources we have in the world collectively, we can solve hunger. Do we want to solve hunger? That is the question?
Question from floor: Media is expensive but education is not so why don't we educate our children and groom a generation very aware of these issues?
Alex Renton - we spent too much time today talking about the issues WFP faced in Somalia - this is nothing compared with the 1 billion hungry
Alex Renton: traditional media are losing money, you're not going to get more people out there reporting on hunger and similar issues.
Feike Sijbesma: high food price crisis on 2008 will surely come back, partly because of climate change. It will be harger to grow food in places where we want to grow it.
Josette Sheeran: This is a hopeful time for world hunger. WE're seeing a generation of countries like Brazil and China beating hunger.
Sheeran - Hunger is a dangerous business in some places but we are hanging in there
Josette Sheeran: To beat hunger definitively we need safety nets. Countries need to have the systems in place to keep people out of hunger. Until that world exists, WFP will stand by the vulnerable individuals in the world.
Sheeran - I fire people, we have a zero tolerance for fraud
That's all folks - we have now wrapped up and our panelists have given their final remarks
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