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Volume 9 Issue 4   April 2016

 

The Global Food Security Act Passes Both House and Senate

Moeun Sun, Alliance To End Hunger

The Alliance to End Hunger applauds the House of Representatives and the Senate for passing the Global Food Security Act (H.R. 1567, S. 1252).This bill has been on the forefront of the Alliance and member organizations’ efforts to decrease malnutrition..  [READ MORE]

Alliance to End Hunger Houses New Strategic Volunteerism Initiative

DeShele Dorsey Taylor, Alliance To End Hunger

Imagine the possibility that every man, woman, girl or boy that needs a meal has it. [. . .] With this ambitious goal in mind, the Alliance to End Hunger is excited to announce the addition of Hunger Volunteer Connection to its programs and services. [READ MORE]

New Member Feature: Planting Trees and Changing Lives through the Power of Partnership

Ashleigh Burgess, Trees for the Future

Since 1989, Trees for the Future (TREES) has planted over 127 million trees around the globe. Based in the Washington, D.C. area for 27 years, TREES has worked with smallholder farmers across the developing world... [READ MORE]

A Continuing Model of Impact & Partnership, the Hunger Alliance of Ghana Continues to Make Its Mark

Nathan Magrath, Alliance To End Hunger

It was already a hot and muggy morning at the British Council in Accra when the conference started. The Hunger Alliance of Ghana (HAG), through the support of the Alliance to End Hunger, was hosting a conference on non-state actor engagement in Ghanaian food security policy. [READ MORE]

The Root Cause Coalition and Alliance to End Hunger Host “Diagnosis: Hunger” Summit in New York City

Louisa  Schieffelin, Alliance to End Hunger

On April 4th, The Root Cause Coalition and Alliance to End Hunger hosted the “Diagnosis: Hunger” Summit in New York City that focused on hunger as a health issue. With nearly 150 representatives... [READ MORE]

World Food Program USA & Partners Release New Report: “A World at Risk: Humanitarian Response at a Crossroads”

Katherine Frank, World Food Program USA

On Saturday, the strongest earthquake to strike Ecuador in decades left parts of the South American country in ruin with at least 350 dead and thousands more injured. [READ MORE]

Free to Serve

Stephen, Foods Resource Bank

On March 29, I was honored to be among the 250 people gathered at the Hall of Laureates in Des Moines, Iowa for “Women and Agriculture: The Road to Global Security”. Organized by the Foods Resource Bank, Oxfam America, and the World Food Prize Foundation... [READ MORE]

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 nmagrath@alliancetoendhunger.org.
 
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