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New York (CNN Business) The director of the United Nations' World Food Programme laid out a plan to spend $6.6 billion to combat world hunger — a direct response to a back-and-forth with Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who claimed he would sell Tesla stock to fund a plan if the WFP could describe "exactly how" it would work. David Beasley, the UN food program director and former Republican governor of South Carolina, tweeted a link on Monday to a 1,000-word "executive summary." Another $400 million would be used for "operations management, administration and accountability" and supply chain coordination. "The world is on fire," Beasley wrote . "I've been warning about the perfect storm brewing due to Covid, conflict, climate shocks & now, rising supply chain costs.
Persons: Elon Musk, David Beasley, Beasley Organizations: CNN, United Nations, UN, Republican Locations: York, South Carolina
Elon Musk dared the UN to show him how $6 billion could fight world hunger. The UN has gotten back to the world's richest person with a proposal. See all newslettersElon Musk dared the United Nations to show him how $6 billion of his wealth could address world hunger. Late last month, Musk challenged the WFP to explain how $6 billion could solve world hunger. It includes $3.5 billion for food and its delivery and $2 billion for cash and food vouchers, among other expenditures.
Persons: Elon Musk, Musk, , David Beasley, Beasley, Jeff Bezos Organizations: UN, Nations, Food Programme, CNN, Amazon
He borrowed against his stock when he needed more cash and sold stock mostly to cover tax obligations. He sold an additional $1.1 billion worth of Tesla stock to pay taxes associated with the exercising of stock options. read moreMore stock sales are expected given that he has sold only about 3% of his Tesla shares thus far. He gifted 25,000 Tesla shares worth $31 million to an unidentified charity. "If you're going to donate stock, when do you want to donate it?
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The hope is that the move by the United States is part of a broader shift in international travel rules as countries take steps to live alongside Covid-19 instead of trying to eliminate transmission. Still, Bastian pointed to "clear underlying momentum," thanks in part to the lifting of international travel rules. World food prices are up 30% in a yearRobust demand and lackluster harvests have driven world food prices to their highest level in more than a decade. Remember: The UN Food and Agriculture Organization Food Price Index has jumped by more than 30% over the past year. Rising food prices could also fan political discontent in richer countries, where elevated inflation expectations have been grabbing the attention of policymakers.
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Millions in Afghanistan are in danger of starvation with food running out as winter approaches, the BBC reported. "Ninety-five percent of the people don't have enough food, and now we're looking at 23 million people marching towards starvation," David Beasley, director of the World Food Programme, told the BBC. The WFP is currently sending more food than normal to the country to account for the shortage, according to the BBC. Beasley called on world leaders and billionaires to donate to the country. "To the world leaders, to the billionaires: imagine that this was your little girl or your little boy, or your grandchild about to starve to death," he said.
Persons: David Beasley, Beasley Organizations: BBC, WFP Locations: Afghanistan
REUTERS/Aly Song/File PhotoNov 6 (Reuters) - Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) Chief Executive Elon Musk on Saturday asked his 62.5 million followers on Twitter in a poll if he should sell 10% of his Tesla stock. I only have stock, thus the only way for me to pay taxes personally is to sell stock," Musk said on Twitter. Tesla shares recently hit record high after it received its biggest-ever order of 100,000 electric rental cars from Hertz. Kimbal Musk sold 88,500 Tesla shares while fellow board member Ira Ehrenpreis sold shares worth more than $200 million. Musk recently said on Twitter he'd sell $6 billion in Tesla stock and donate it to the World Food Program (WFP), provided the organization disclosed more information about how it spent its money.
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Elon Musk is now worth more than $300 billion, and he’s apparently ready to start spending. If Musk were to sell $6 billion worth of Tesla shares to make a donation, it would be the largest known charitable contribution he has ever made. On Sunday, Musk replied to a Twitter user who pointed out that $6 billion would be just 2 percent of his net worth. If Musk were to sell $6 billion worth of Tesla shares to make a donation, it would be the largest known charitable contribution he has ever made. Earlier this year, Musk pledged to give away $150 million, including a $100 million prize in a carbon removal contest.
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New York (CNN Business) The director of the United Nations' World Food Programme is still pleading with the world's richest individuals to help in the fight against the world hunger crisis. On CNN's "New Day" Tuesday, UN Food Programme Director David Beasley acknowledged the controversy he found himself in last week when he chastised billionaires like Elon Musk for accumulating massive amounts of wealth without caring for the world's hungry. Beasley said giving $6 billion, or 2% of Musk's net worth, could help solve world hunger. Please, please help share right now in a one-time crisis." Last week, in an interview with CNN, Beasley asked billionaires to "step up now, on a one-time basis" to help combat world hunger, citing specifically the world's two richest men: Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos.
Persons: David Beasley, Elon, Beasley, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos Organizations: CNN, United Nations, UN Food Locations: York
Journalists Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov, who braved the wrath of the leaders of the Philippines and Russia to expose corruption and misrule, won the Nobel Peace Prize this year, in an endorsement of free speech under fire worldwide. The Peace Prize is the only one awarded in Oslo. The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided this year's Peace Prize award ceremony will be an in-person event taking place in Oslo City Hall on Dec. 10, it said. "The Committee is expecting both Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov to attend the ceremony," the committee said in a statement. For a graphic listing all Nobel Laureates, click on https://graphics.reuters.com/NOBEL-PRIZE/010050ZC27H/index.htmlReporting by Gwladys Fouche, Editing by William MacleanOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
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David Beasley, director of the UN's World Food Programme, said billionaires need to step up and help. World's richest man Elon Musk says he would sell Tesla stock if the UN can prove how the money will solve the crisis. But Musk is challenging the claim that the amount will solve the current hunger crisis, saying on Twitter that if the World Food Programme can prove that, he will "sell Tesla stock right now and do it." He also clarified that the UN World Food Programme has never said $6 billion would solve world hunger. World Food Programme's Beasley has been repeating his call to billionaires, asking them to step up to the task of solving world hunger.
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London (CNN Business) Elon Musk has offered to sell some of his Tesla (TSLA) stock "right now" if the UN can prove that $6 billion will solve world hunger. His comments came after UN World Food Programme (WFP) director David Beasley challenged the ultra-wealthy — and in particular the world's two richest men Jeff Bezos and Musk — to "step up now, on a one-time basis" to help solve world hunger in an interview with CNN last week. "$6 billion to help 42 million people that are literally going to die if we don't reach them. Posting on Twitter on Sunday, the Tesla chief executive said: "If WFP can describe on this Twitter thread exactly how $6 billion will solve world hunger, I will sell Tesla stock right now and do it." "But it must be open source accounting, so the public sees precisely how the money is spent," he added.
Persons: Elon Musk, Tesla, David Beasley, Jeff Bezos, Beasley, Becky Anderson, Read Organizations: London, CNN Business, UN, Food Programme, CNN, CNN's
Elon Musk is now worth more than $300 billion, and he's apparently ready to start spending. He specifically mentioned Musk and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, the two richest men in the world. If Musk were to sell $6 billion worth of Tesla shares to make a donation, it would be the largest known charitable contribution he has ever made. Earlier this year, Musk pledged to give away $150 million, including a $100 million prize in a carbon removal contest. Sign up now: Get smarter about your money and career with our weekly newsletterDon't miss: Jay Leno: Elon Musk is the reason Tesla is the most valuable car company in the world
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Musk's electric car company, Tesla, has made electric cars exciting. In September 2018, the diver filed a defamation lawsuit against Musk in California, but Musk has since been cleared. Demonstrators protest over the contaminated water crisis in Flint, Michigan on March 6, 2016. In 2010, Musk and what was then SolarCity donated a solar power system to a hurricane response center in the Gulf Coast village of Coden, Alabama. His electric car company, Tesla, produced the most profitable electric car ever sold in the Model 3.
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Abu Dhabi, UAE (CNN Business) A small group of ultra-wealthy individuals could help solve world hunger with just a fraction of their net worth, says the director of the United Nation's World Food Program. A "perfect storm" of several crises, such as climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic , mean many nations are "knocking on famine's door," Beasley said. Half of the population of Afghanistan -- 22.8 million people -- face an acute hunger crisis, according to a WFP report released Monday. Among the reports, the administration details how climate change is driving migration, the first time the US government is officially recognizing the link between climate change and migration. Humanitarian organizations like the WFP have struggled to get supplies to those in need in the region, compounding the crisis.
Persons: David Beasley, Jeff Bezos, Elon, Beasley, Biden Organizations: CNN, United, Food Program, CNN's, WFP Locations: Abu Dhabi, UAE, Afghanistan, Central America, United States, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua
Samira, 9, and other children share tea and bread for breakfast at the orphanage before going to school in Kabul, Afghanistan, October 12, 2021. "Children are going to die. "I don't know how you don't have millions of people, and especially children, dying at the rate we are going with the lack of funding and the collapsing of the economy." He said dollars earmarked for development assistance should be repurposed for humanitarian aid, which some nations have already done, or frozen funds be channelled through the agency. The U.N. food agency needs up to $220 million a month to partially feed the nearly 23 million vulnerable people as winter nears.
Persons: Jorge Silva, David Beasley, Beasley, You've, Alexander Cornwell, Simon Cameron, Moore Organizations: REUTERS, United Nations, Food Programme, Reuters, Taliban, WFP, Central America, Thomson Locations: Kabul, Afghanistan, DUBAI, Dubai, Syria, Europe, East, Africa, Central
Bundles of Yemeni currency are pictured at a post office before being handed to public sector employees as salaries in Sanaa, Yemen January 25, 2017. "I don't see how we don't avoid, at this stage, a famine of biblical proportions...without a massive injection of additional dollars." The war has been in military stalemate for years with the Houthis holding most large urban centres. The coalition led by Riyadh intervened in Yemen in March 2015 after the Iran-aligned Houthis ousted the Saudi-backed government from the capital Sanaa in late 2014. Reporting by Alexander Cornwell; Editing by Ghaida Ghantous and Mark HeinrichOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Khaled Abdullah, David Beasley, Beasley, Houthis, Alexander Cornwell, Ghaida Ghantous, Mark Heinrich Our Organizations: REUTERS, United Nations, Food Programme, Reuters, WFP, UNICEF, Thomson Locations: Sanaa, Yemen, DUBAI, Saudi, Dubai, United, Marib, Riyadh, Iran
More than half of Afghanistan's population will have trouble finding food this winter. Cold winter months present tremendous food accessibility issues around the country. Humanitarian aid officials are highlighting the country's crippling economic crisis amid the Taliban takeover as a main catalyst in the looming food shortage. Even before the collapse of the Afghan government over the summer, the country was battling the COVID-19 pandemic and severe droughts, according to the World Food Programme. As the winter months approach, harsh conditions present a massive accessibility challenge for Afghans in desperate need of food, the UN's food assistance agency said.
Persons: David Beasley Organizations: United Nations, Service Locations: Afghanistan, Khorasan
(CNN) The United Nations has rebuffed Ethiopia's decision to expel seven senior UN officials as the country's war-torn northern Tigray region descends into famine, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Friday. "If the current trajectory continues, I fear for the future of many Ethiopian lives, and indeed for the stability of the country and the region. The UN denounced Ethiopia's decision to eject its officials from the country on Friday, and vowed to continue its humanitarian work. If the Ethiopian order goes ahead, it would mark one of the most significant expulsions of senior UN humanitarian officials from any country. Earlier this month, UNOCHA said there was a "de facto humanitarian aid blockade" into Tigray, where at least 400,000 people are facing famine conditions, according to the agency's latest figures.
Persons: Antonio Guterres, Guterres, UNOCHA, Martin Griffiths, Abiy, Griffiths, William Davison, Ethiopia's, Jens Laerke, Joe Biden, Jen Psaki, Psaki, We're, Michelle Bachelet, Bachelet, David Beasley Organizations: CNN, United Nations, UN, UN Security, Security, UN's, Fund, UNICEF, Humanitarian Affairs, Ethiopian, Reuters, International Crisis, Ethiopia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, White, Ethiopian Human Rights, UN Human Rights, Food Programme, WFP Locations: Tigray, Ethiopia, Mekele, Geneva, Tigrayan, Wukro, UN, Axum, Eritrea
Afghanistan faces humanitarian crisis as airlift deadline looms
  + stars: | 2021-08-25 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +5 min
It's vital air and land routes are used at a very fast pace," the Kabul-based diplomat told Reuters. The risk of starvation, disease and persecution rises for the millions who will be left behind after a chaotic exodus from Kabul airport ends, the aid agencies said. U.S. President Joe Biden has said the United States is on pace to finish evacuations by Aug. 31, but left open the chance of extending the deadline. The EU said it was planning a quadrupling in Afghan aid and was seeking coordination with the United Nations on delivery as well as safety guarantees on the ground. In remarks at the White House, he said the United States was racing to meet the Aug. 31 deadline as concerns mount over the threat of militant attacks.
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British foreign minister Dominic Raab said the deadline for evacuating people was up to the last minute of the month. On Wednesday, many people milled about outside the airport - where soldiers from the United States, Britain and other nations were trying to maintain order amid the dust and heat - hoping to get out. "Foreign troops should withdraw by the deadline. Dutch troops had managed to get more than 100 people to Kabul airport, Foreign Minister Sigrid Kaag said, but hundreds of others risked being left behind. read moreAfghanistan's Pajhwok news agency said Gul Agha had been named as finance minister and Sadr Ibrahim acting interior minister.
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The hardline Islamist Taliban told the thousands of Afghans crowding into the airport in the hope of boarding flights that they had nothing to fear and should go home. Mujahid said the Taliban had not agreed to an extension of the Aug. 31 deadline and called on the United States not to encourage Afghan people to leave their homeland. The leaders agreed on the need to press the Taliban to allow people to leave after Aug. 31, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said. In Moscow, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said the Kremlin was interested in serving as a middleman in resolving the crisis along with China, the United States and Pakistan. At the same time, he said, Russia opposes the idea of allowing Afghan refugees to enter the former Soviet region of Central Asia or having United States troops deployed there.
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(CNN) The UN World Food Programme said it expected to run out of food in the war-torn Ethiopian region of Tigray on Friday, and that hundreds of thousands of people in the area were on the brink of famine. The agency confirmed that no food trucks have been allowed into the region for two weeks. They told CNN in a statement that 100 trucks need to arrive every day in order to address the "vast humanitarian needs in the region," and that the shortfall has left "400,000 people on the verge of famine." The situation comes a week after forces from Ethiopia's northern Tigray region mounted attacks in the neighboring Afar region, a move which marked an expansion of an eight-month-old conflict into a previously untouched area. David Beasley, the WFP's executive director, initially warned earlier this week that 170 trucks filled with food and resources for Tigray had been stuck in Afar and barred from leaving.
Persons: David Beasley, Read Organizations: CNN, UN, Food Locations: Tigray, Ethiopia's, Afar
The World Food Programme (WFP) Executive director David Beasley attends a news conference on the food security in Yemen at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, December 4, 2018. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse/File PhotoNAIROBI, June 23 (Reuters) - Communities in Madagascar are on the verge of starvation, with women and children walking for hours to reach food after the worst drought in four decades devastated the south of the island, the World Food Programme said. Acute malnutrition has almost doubled over the last four months, the WFP said, with more than a quarter of people suffering in one area. "There have been back-to-back droughts in Madagascar which have pushed communities right to the very edge of starvation. Our life is all about looking for cactus leaves again and again to survive," she said.
Persons: David Beasley, Denis Balibouse, they'd, Beasley, Bole, Omar Mohammed, Alison Williams Organizations: Food Programme, United Nations, REUTERS, Food, WFP, Thomson Locations: Yemen, Geneva, Switzerland, NAIROBI, Madagascar, Ambiriky
(CNN) Climate change is the driving force of a developing food crisis in southern Madagascar, the UN's World Food Programme (WFP) has warned. The African island has been plagued with back-to-back droughts -- its worst in four decades -- which have pushed 1.14 million people " right to the very edge of starvation ," said WFP executive director David Beasley in a news release Wednesday. This is not because of war or conflict, this is because of climate change. This is an area of the world that has contributed nothing to climate change, but now, they're the ones paying the highest price. Thousands in southern Madagascar have left their homes in search of food, while those who remain are resorting to extreme measures such as foraging for wild food to survive, the WFP said.
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U.N. agency says 41 million on verge of famine
  + stars: | 2021-06-22 | by ( Maytaal Angel | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
Workers prepare foodstuff for beneficiaries at a food distribution center supported by the World Food Program in Sanaa, Yemen June 3, 2020. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah//File PhotoLONDON, June 22 (Reuters) - Some 41 million people worldwide are at at imminent risk of famine, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) warned on Tuesday, saying soaring prices for basic foods were compounding existing pressures on food security. Another half a million are already experiencing famine-like conditions, said the WFP’s Executive Director David Beasley. In 2019, 27 million people were on the brink of famine, according to the WFP, but since 2020 the COVID-19 pandemic has been added to the mix. World food prices rose in May to their highest levels in a decade, U.N. figures show, with basics like cereals, oilseeds, dairy products, meat and sugar up a combined 40% versus year ago levels.
Persons: Khaled Abdullah, David Beasley, Beasley, Maytaal, John Stonestreet Organizations: World Food, REUTERS, United Nations, Food Programme, WFP, Thomson Locations: Sanaa, Yemen, Lebanon, Nigeria, Sudan, Venezuela, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Madagascar, South Sudan, Burkina Faso, Somalia
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