World Food Day Around The Web
This online service organization widely known for its access and coverage of French movies dedicated a section of its homepage to Molly and her video, labelling it as “Don’t Miss.” People from dozens of countries watched and shared the video.
The UN Refugee Agency joined in the World Food Day celebration with a post about Molly on their Facebook page.
The Huffington Post featured an article about Molly on their Impact X section on the use of technology to drive positive change.
ReliefWeb, a site that posts content related to worldwide humanitarian issues, shared Molly’s link to honor World Food Day. This year's World Food Day especially celebrated the role of agricultural cooperatives in fighting hunger.
One of the largest internet debate bulletin boards in South Korea, Daum Hope Agora posted a story and photos of Molly’s life for World Food Day. The goal to raise 50,000 meals for school children like Molly was met in the final four hours before the deadline, thanks to the support of people across the globe.
Inspired by the story of a young girl growing up in one of Africa’s biggest slums, WFP supporters rallied to provide more than 50,000 meals for World Food Day. Supporters for Molly and her cause came from all corners, and her story was featured on websites worldwide.