Blog entry 51 Food Force: an online game with real-world impact
Blog entry 52 Freerice in Motion
Freerice like you’ve never seen it before! This brand-new video is another reminder that Freerice is not your average trivia game....
We hope this video will help introduce the site to new players. Why is that important? Because the more people who play, the more rice we raise and the more people we can help. So far, we have raised enough to feed almost 5 million people.
The power of Freerice lies in everyone doing our small part. So please share this video with friends and family, and let's rice up against hunger!
Blog entry 53 Take part in World Change
Blog entry 54 Cambodia: A woman's struggle to beat the floods
Chin Cheng Hong’s house is built on stilts, but this year the floodwaters have risen so high in Cambodia that even this was not enough to protect her. When the waters crept through her floorboards, she knew things were really bad.
Blog entry 55 Floods in Cambodia – how Freerice is helping
In recent weeks, Cambodia has seen floods that are the worst in a more than a decade. The floods have wreaked havoc across the country with more than 250,000 families displaced and an estimated 1.5 million Cambodians affected.
The damage done to agricultural fields will be felt for many months to come. .
Blog entry 56 Going East: Freerice China
Blog entry 57 World Food Week: Help Guilaye Become President
Guilaye wants to be president.
Guilaye (like other kids in Haiti, India, and elsewhere) have something in common: they’re beating the odds, and have a chance to fulfill their dreams thanks to World Food Programme school meals.
Freericers, like you, who's rice goes to support WFP are giving them the future they deserve.
Blog entry 58 Friday Freericers: Feed a child, feed a dream
Freericers, every day you play Freerice, you fight hunger worldwide. However, this Sunday is a particularly important day: October 16 is World Food Day!
Blog entry 59 It’s National School Lunch Week!
No one can say it better than US President Barack Obama: “Children are… (the) greatest treasure, and ensuring their health is one of our most important duties… Our children's continued ability to… reach their full potential will depend on what we do now to secure their future.”
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