The networking expert behind a Nobel-winning organization
When the U.N. World Food Programme was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize last week, it was a well-deserved honor for a global team spanning 88 of the most underserved nations on the planet.
But advancing the world’s population toward a goal of Zero Hunger by 2030 is a daunting task. It also demands digital technologies and expertise.
Impacting the world, one meal at a time
By the time he joined the World Food Programme in 2019, Wambari had developed a wide array of skills, both technical and beyond. “The Global World Food Programme is over 80 countries, in 600 locations globally,” he said.
For his own future, Wambari is determined to explore new ways of fighting hunger, along with corruption and cybercrime.
Oct 20, 2020 at 13:21