In conjunction with the United Nations World Food Programme, the IRB would like to thank the global rugby family for its ongoing support for the Tackle Hunger programme.
WFP has been the humanitarian partner of the IRB since 2003 and the Tackle Hunger programme has played a significant role in assisting WFP to communicate its important work to the global Rugby community, engaging fans, media and players.
With a global platform and shared values of respect, integrity, passion, solidarity and teamwork, the IRB and WFP partnership has been a winning combination.
Promoting the Tackle Hunger programme at the Rugby World Cup and across the IRB's family of international tournaments at all levels of the Game has assisted WFP to help raise awareness of their work and the daily struggle the world’s hungry face.
If you would like to donate please visit: www.irb.com/wfp
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