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Past, Present and Future: New IFPRI Report Frames Past Achievements and New Challenges for a Post-2015 Agenda

Past, Present and Future: New IFPRI Report Frames Past Achievements and New Challenges for a Post-2015 Agenda

The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) recently released its 2013 Global Food Policy Report. The Report outlines recent achievements, goals, and challenges in food policy amidst the impending Post-2015 Agenda.

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A Working Framework for 2030: Sustainable Development Goals

A Working Framework for 2030: Sustainable Development Goals

We are pleased to announce that The UN Open Working Group has released its Draft of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the Post 2015 Agenda. 

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University of Wisconsin-Madison Students Take on Live Below the Line

University of Wisconsin-Madison Students Take on Live Below the Line

Students from the University of Wisconsin-Madison took on the Live Below the Line challenge as part of a take home exam for their Environmental Studies course. 

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Indigenous Women Leaders Travel to New York to Advocate for Indigenous Women’s Rights

Indigenous Women Leaders Travel to New York to Advocate for Indigenous Women’s Rights

Fourteen women of ECMIA (Enlace Continental de Mujeres Indígenas de las Américas, or Continental Network of Indigenous Women of the Americas) traveled to New York in mid-May for the thirteenth session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues at the United Nations.

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The Hunger Project Announces New President and CEO

The Hunger Project Announces New President and CEO

On Wednesday, May 28, a public announcement made was that Åsa Skogström Feldt, a business leader at IKEA, will join the Global Office in New York as President and CEO of The Hunger Project.

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Celebrate World Hunger Day 2014!

Celebrate World Hunger Day 2014!

Join The Hunger Project family in celebrating our fourth annual World Hunger Day on Wednesday, May 28, 2014!

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Building Resilience through Local Capacity

Building Resilience through Local Capacity

After returning from a conference on resiliency, Hunger Project Executive Vice President John Coonrod contributed to the Local First blog with a post titled "Resilience: Entry Point for Transformation." Local First is a development approach that looks first for the capacity within countries before bringing in external expertise and resources. 

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First Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation

First Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation

The Hunger Project-Mexico attended the First High Level Meeting for the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation in April. The Global Partnership represents an alliance of over 160 organizations.

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The Hunger Project Participates in First-of-its-kind Agreement with USAID and InterAction to Fight Hunger and Malnutrition

The Hunger Project Participates in Landmark Agreement with USAID and InterAction to Fight Hunger and Malnutrition

In a major effort to accelerate progress in the global fight against hunger and malnutrition, NGO alliance InterAction and the U.S. Agency for International Development have forged a first-of-its-kind agreement designed to leverage the unique assets of NGOs for greater impact.

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SUPPORTing Female Condom Use in Malawi

SUPPORTing Female Condom Use in Malawi

In April, The Hunger Project and partner organization SUPPORT amplified their work to increase demand, access and use of female condoms in Malawi.

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