The Naza Group, one of the most famous and successful business firms in Malaysia, is partnering with World Food Programme (WFP) to provide nutritious food for vulnerable mothers in Asia region.
According to the latest statistics revealed by WFP, some 60 percentage of the world’s chronically hungry people are women and girls. Also the Asia-Pacific region is home to 578 million of the world’s hungry, more than Africa and Latin America combined. WFP believes closing the gender gap in agriculture by empowering women farmers with the right resources could bring the number of hungry people in the world down by 100 – 150 million people. Its noteworthy that six out of 10 people engaged in farming in Asia are women.
Naza Group accepted to provide nutritious food for a day to a pregnant or nursing mother in Asia in return for taking a special quiz in World Food Programme’s website locates here.
The Naza Group of Companies is Malaysia’s largest privately-owned conglomerate with businesses in the automotive industry, property development, food and beverage and hotel management to name a few.