October 19, 2020 – Digital Trends Media Group is proud to recognize its partner, the World Food Programme (WFP), whose efforts in providing food and other resources to more than 100 million individuals around the world have earned this year’s Nobel Peace Prize.
“Our media partnership with the World Food Programme has been one of our most rewarding partnerships to date,” says Bob Gruters, Digital Trends CRO and WFP advisory board member. “Using our resources to expand the reach of this impactful program is exactly the kind of thing that drives us on our mission to humanize technology while using it to build a more equitable world. We’re so excited to celebrate WFP’s well-deserved honor, and we look forward to partnering into the future.”
“We were excited and thankful to have collaborated with Digital Trends last September when we invited them to the annual UN conference,” says Corinne Woods, Director of Communications for the World Food Programme. “Technology plays a significant and powerful role in facilitating the work we do for those displaced and experiencing the greatest need with regard to food, housing, and safety. The Digital Trends Media Group WFP coverage was thoughtful, insightful, and very engaging. We hope to continue this partnership into the future.”Digital Trends Media Group has utilized their award-winning original series, Tech for Change, to spotlight individuals, programs and initiatives that are utilizing technology to drive social and environmental progress.
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