Hacking Hunger Episode #29: A Storytellers Farewell

Alia Bassam Zaki
Jul 18, 2018 · 2 min read

Podcast Summary

In her final episode as host of Hacking Hunger, M.J. Altman turns the mic over to three women in Guatemala, Chad and Jordan who share their own stories in their own languages as part of a unique project from the U.N. World Food Programme known as Storytellers.

Guest Bio: Yocelin Ramírez García

Yocelin lives in a village called Oscurana, Guatemala, where the nearest source of water is a 45-minute trek on foot.

Guest Bio: Hamda

Hamda is a Syrian refugee in Jordan who used to be a student in Aleppo before the conflict broke out.

Guest Bio: Kaltouma Abdelaziz

Kaltouma is a Sudanese mother of two who teaches the language and tradition of her home country in a refugee camp in Chad.

*Original article posted by WFPUSA here.

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