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Nigeria Commits To Zero Hunger By 2030

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IFAD President Commits Support to Kenya’s Efforts to Eradicate Hunger and Poverty By Building Smallholder Farmers’ Resilience to Climate Change

Nov 19, 15 IFAD President Commits Support to Kenya’s Efforts to Eradicate Hunger and Poverty By Building Smallholder Farmers’ Resilience to Climate Change

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A week before world leaders gather to hammer out an international climate agreement, the President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Kanayo F. Nwanze, visits Kenya 18 – 21 November to meet with government officials and discuss the importance of investing in climate change resilience to achieve...

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Crucial funding helps UN agency avoid cutbacks in food aid to drought-affected people in Ethiopia

Nov 18, 15 Crucial funding helps UN agency avoid cutbacks in food aid to drought-affected people in Ethiopia

Posted by in All Food Systems Sustainable

Dry earth in the desert plains of the Danakil depression in northern Ethiopia. Photo: Siegfried Modola/IRIN Thanks to timely contributions from key donors, the World Food Programme (WFP) announced today that it is able to continue food distributions later this month for more than 1.5 million people in the Somali region of Ethiopia,...

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Students recover one million pounds of food for hungry Americans

Nov 16, 15 Students recover one million pounds of food for hungry Americans

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Food Recovery Network has reached a major milestone in its short four-year existence: the recovery of its one-millionth pound of food. Since 2011, students at more than 160 colleges and universities across the country have worked with campus dining services and local restaurants to pick up surplus prepared food and deliver it to...

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African Women in Agribusiness Resolve to Take Action

Nov 16, 15 African Women in Agribusiness Resolve to Take Action

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Estherine Fotabong is director of programs with the New Partnership for African Development (Photo © Charles Mkoka) Women as key producers of food for African households will no longer cry, Estherine Fotabong assured a conference for women in agribusiness in Durban last week. “Now is the time to take action!” As the Director of...

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