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Foreign Affairs Committee
One-off evidence session held on Tuesday 5 February 2019.
In this one off evidence session the Committee will be taking evidence from the World Food Programme’s executive director David Beasley. The session will consider the impact of food insecurity on populations around the world, how WFP operations respond to humanitarian crises and how the UK engages and supports the organisation’s aims.
Evidence given by David Beasley, Executive Director, The World Food Programme
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Committee examines how WFP operations respond to humanitarian crises