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The United Nations World Food Program executive director David Beasley challenged Elon Musk on Monday to donate a total of $6.6 billion to address a global hunger crisis after the agency responded to Musk’s request for a breakdown of how the money would be spent.
The World Food Program released the breakdown alongside a "one-time appeal" to Musk and other billionaires for donations.
"This hunger crisis is urgent, unprecedented, AND avoidable. @elonmusk, you asked for a clear plan & open books. Here it is! We're ready to talk with you – and anyone else – who is serious about saving lives. The ask is $6.6B to avert famine in 2022," Beasley wrote on Twitter.
Beasley and Musk have sparred on Twitter in recent days regarding the World Food Program’s call for donations. The spat began in October when Beasley first called on the Tesla founder and other billionaires to donate a small portion of their net worth to address world hunger.
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