(GERMANY)

Startups developing a product that could help end hunger have until 1 April to apply for the next round of the World Food Programme (WFP) Accelerator.

The Munich-based programme supports early stage companies with up to US$100,000 in funding and provides access to ‘mentorship from industry experts’.

Visit the Accelerator website for more details and apply to join by 1 April and take up the challenge tweeted by the Director of UN World Food Programme (WFP) Office on Syria Crisis in Amman, Ralf Suedhoff, to #DisruptHunger