A Nobel Peace Prize for feeding the world

Awarding the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize to The World Food Programme

Partners – The United Nations, The World Food Programme, The Nobel Prize Association
December 10th, 2020

The Nobel Peace Prize 2020 was awarded to World Food Programme (WFP) "for its efforts to combat hunger, for its contribution to bettering conditions for peace in conflict-affected areas and for acting as a driving force in efforts to prevent the use of hunger as a weapon of war and conflict.

"Once we heard of the monumental news that The World Food Programme won the Nobel Peace Prize we immediately turned to Patty and the EventLens team for their help to creatively storyboard a virtual show that struck the right chord of inspiration and somber reality of our important work ahead. From the beginning, the EventLens team seamlessly integrated with our WFP staff - working tirelessly together to produce a show that was deserving of this award. In four short weeks, they were able to pull off this high-level broadcast that was pushed out on various platforms and switched seamlessly with the ceremony live feed in Oslo. We highly recommend EventLens to all our UN colleagues and social impact partners. "

Corinne Woods WFP Director of Communications, Advocacy and Marketing

The Nobel Prize Committee gave the award to David Beasley, The Executive Director of the #WFP
A virtual tour over the Bloom Garden at the World Food Programme Headquarters in Rome.
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