‘What I eat is my strength’ — Bolivia declares war on junk food

On World Food Day, the World Food Programme (WFP) partners with youth, artists and nutritionists to promote better nutrition

César Dockweiler, CEO of Mi Teleférico; Carmen Almendras, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Plurinational State of Bolivia; Elisabeth Faure, Country Director of WFP Bolivia; and Theodor Friedich, Country Director of FAO in Bolivia. Photos: WFP/Morelia Eróstegui
Work in progress. The location of the painting will allow it to be seen by thousands of people every day. Photos: WFP/Morelia Eróstegui (L); Álvaro Álvarez (R)
(L) Elisabeth Faure with Emiliano Logo, CEO of PICA (Smart TV shows with teenagers) and César Dockweiler, CEO of Mi Teleférico, two important partners in this awareness-raising initiative. (R) Elisabeth Faure and Theodor Friedrich Country Director of FAO in Bolivia make a statement about the challenges of nutrition in Bolivia. Photos: WFP/Bolivia

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