Riz Khan
Wyclef Jean on Haiti's food crisis
The hip-hop megastar discusses a new initiative to aid the impoverished nation.
Last Modified: 24 May 2008 12:22 GMT

Hip-hop megastar Wyclef Jean joins the
Riz Khan show 
On Wednesday's Riz Khan guest host Anand Naidoo speaks to hip-hop megastar and Haiti native, Wyclef Jean about a new initiative to help end the food crisis in Haiti.

Wyclef is coordinating a cooperative project between his Yele Haiti Foundation, the World Food Programme and the Pan-American Development Bank that aims to bring food relief and employment to the impoverished nation.

Anand will also speak to globalisation expert Jagdish Bhagwati about how globalisation is impacting the world's food supply.

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This episode of Riz Khan aired on Wednesday, May 21, 2008

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