Blog entry Where in the world did your rice go?

19 January 2011

Since Freerice began doing what it does best in 2007, Freericers have raised enough rice to feed over 4.3 million people.

Here are just a few of the places in the world where your rice and the World Food Programme have helped reduce hunger, and put smiles back on hungry faces:

In Myanmar we helped feed people whose lives were affected by cyclone Nargis, and in the immediate aftermath to feed 750,000 cyclone affected people.

In Bangladesh we helped 27,000 refugees from Myanmar sheltering at Cox’s Bazaar in Bangladesh.

In Nepal we helped feed 108,000 Bhutanese refugees.

In Cambodia we helped feed 13,500 women for almost 2 months as part of WFP’s Mother and Child Health programme (monthly take-home rations of 4 kg of rice for pregnant and nursing women).

In Uganda we fed 66,000 school children.

From January 2011, all rice raised through Freerice will be going to help the people of Haiti. You can find out more about why Haiti needs our help here.

Click here to test your Haiti hunger IQ – and feed a child in Haiti (it cost you nothing but brain cells).

Thank you Freericers for all that you do! Let’s see what we can do this year.

Thu, 01/20/2011 - 06:30 ammadxx1

can we also dontate to pakistan flood victims, and homless people

Thu, 01/20/2011 - 05:33 prianka_saha

It is good to know that we are helping the world.

Thu, 01/20/2011 - 02:33 sema4emrah

this web sit is really good for me and for people that need food, i am taking an english course at college and it helps me with that to. so thank u how ever mad this sit

Wed, 01/19/2011 - 20:51 jjmurph82

This website is awesome thanks for all you do! Come join Free Rice for Africa!

Wed, 01/19/2011 - 18:38 llcrider

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Wed, 01/19/2011 - 16:44 1b2o3o

it is good to know our work is being used for good porposes.

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