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Volume 9 Issue 3   March 2016


Feeding the Most Vulnerable Communities in the Most Sustainable Way

Adam Creighton, InStove

InStove is a US-based non-profit organization dedicated to relieving suffering, improving health, and reducing harm to the environment through the design and distribution of efficient, biomass stoves and allied technologies to vulnerable populations worldwide. [READ MORE]

Members Come Together During Membership and Board Meetings

Rebecca Middleton, Alliance to End Hunger

On March 10, the Alliance held its semi-annual Membership and Board of Directors meeting in Washington, D.C. With over 50 members in attendance, this exciting time brought together a diverse group of individuals and organizations represented in our membership. [READ MORE]

International Women’s Day: Mind the Gap

Moeun Sun, Alliance to End Hunger

On March 8th, women across the world were celebrated as part of International Women’s Day. While it was a day commemorating the unprecedented economic and social progress women have made globally, it also served as a somber reminder that gender inequality still prevails in every country. [READ MORE]

A Collaborative Effort in Celebrating National Agriculture Day

Caleb Zimmerman, InterAction

This year for National Agriculture Day on March 15, the Alliance to End Hunger joined InterAction and over 140 other organizations and individuals in a conversation on the importance of agricultural production to ensure we leave no one hungry around the world. [READ MORE]

Upcoming Events:

Diagnosis:Hunger - New York City Regional Summit
April 4, 8:00am - 3:00pm
Westin New York Times Square, NY

Please join The Root Cause Coalition and the Alliance to End Hunger for a regional summit in New York City exploring the links between hunger and health issues. Representatives from healthcare organizations, faith-based groups, the education community, and government institutes will gather to share best practices, offer community connections and resources, and advocate for food insecure individuals and families in the region and across the nation. Learn more and register HERE.

CCIH Annual Conference
June 17-19, 2016
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

Faith organizations deliver anywhere from 40 to 70% of healthcare in some developing countries. We can't achieve the SDGs without FBOs! Come to the Christian Connections for International Health Annual Conference this June to learn how we can deliver more and more sustainable healthcare through faith organizations who are integral parts of the communities they serve.
Keynote speakers include U.S. Peace Corps Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet and U.N.  Ambassador Tony Hall of the Alliance to End Hunger. Our theme for 2016 is Sustainable Development from a Christian Perspective.
Visit for details and to register for the conference.
This newsletter was compiled by Nathan Magrath, Manager of Communications and Outreach at the Alliance to End Hunger. Comments and questions may be directed to
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