Computer Game - Food Force: Virtual Hunger

The World Today
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Stephen Peake

Lecturer, Department of Design and Innovation, Open University

Creativity should survive the bureaucracy of the United Nations system. Some bright spark in the UN World Food Programme (WFP) – no doubt with skin as thick as an elephant and the patience of an angel – has pulled it off in a rather unconventional way. The result is a new educational computer game developed specifically to help children in the eight to thirteen age group learn about the fight against world hunger.

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