Feeding A World In Crisis For the United Nation's World Food Program, it's never easy trying to feed the world's hungry. But in times of soaring prices and global financial crisis, the business of getting food to those who need it most becomes an even more daunting task.
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Feeding A World In Crisis

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Feeding A World In Crisis

Feeding A World In Crisis

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For the United Nations' World Food Program, it's never easy trying to feed the world's hungry. But in times of soaring prices and global financial crisis, the business of getting food to those who need it most becomes an even more daunting task.

Host Scott Simon speaks to Josette Sheeran, executive director of the United Nations' World Food Program.