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UNFAO Convenes Nobel Peace Laureates Alliance for Food Security and Peace Posted by on May 11, 16

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Safeguarding agricultural livelihoods in Lake Chad Basin Posted by on Jun 24, 16

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Caribbean region must boost efforts to prepare for increased drought Posted by on Jun 22, 16

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Nigeria Commits To Zero Hunger By 2030

Nigeria Commits To Zero Hunger By 2030 Posted by on May 2, 16

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Small fish, big role to play

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Zero Hunger: Just Words, or a Real Possibility?

Mar 04, 14 Zero Hunger: Just Words, or a Real Possibility?

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Members of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank “believe that it is God’s desire that no person should go hungry.” This is one of the reasons that the organization has become a participant in the Zero Hunger Challenge, an announcement made on Human Rights Day 2013. “The challenge and work of ending hunger resonates with the...

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FRN Joins UN’s Zero Hunger Challenge

Mar 03, 14 FRN Joins UN’s Zero Hunger Challenge

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Blog post by Food Recovery Network. Over the past two years, the Food Recovery Network has provided nearly 190,000 meals to hungry Americans. Without FRN that food would have otherwise ended up in the landfill. We are building a strong and growing movement of college and university students across the country who are actively...

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Boosting green transition will improve food security

Boosting green transition will improve food security, UN says on Africa Environment Day 3 March 2014 – Ensuring food security is one of the most pressing challenges in Africa, which is increasingly losing ground as a result of challenges from climate change to land degradation, the top United Nations environment official today...

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CWS: We’re in! Here’s why.

Feb 28, 14 CWS: We’re in! Here’s why.

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Blog by Maurice A. Bloem, CWS Executive Vice-President. Just getting to the CWS Therapeutic Feeding Center in West Timor is a challenge for many. When I visited our programs in Indonesia a couple of weeks ago with a group of CWS supporters (including CWS board member, Patricia de Jong) from the U.S., it took around 20 hours of air...

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