Thursday, 27 November 2014

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sahel3Join the World Food Programme’s Denise Brown on the front lines of the Sahel Crisis for a Google+ Hangout with CNN Anchor Jim Clancy and a group of journalists, bloggers and supporters from around the world. This unique event will be broadcast live on Youtube Wednesday 30 May at 9:00pm London.

Viewers can watch the event live on WFP’s Youtube Channel and will be invited to submit questions on WFP’s Google Plus page or via Twitter using the Hashtag #food4sahel.

The discussion uses the new Google+Hangout platform, which enables easy real-time broadcasts with up to 10 parties in multiple locations globally. The technology is voice-activated, so the video follows the person speaking at any given moment.

To learn more about the event and featured speakers, follow this link to wfp.org.

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