Letter from a student

I really liked this letter that we just received from a student in South Korea:

Hello.  My name is Y– and I am a student from South Korea.  Recently, I read a book about world hunger. I feel shame after reading it. And I will fight against world hunger. First of all I want to know more about world hunger.  The book says FAO can share report with anyone who wants to see it. So, I write this letter.

Could you send me it?

We will send her:

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One Response to Letter from a student

  1. jessicaM says:

    I have also found this link to the “Youth Corner” on the homepage of the Millenium Development Goals website: http://www.un.org/millenniumgoals/youth.shtml

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