Tag Archives: agriculture

Policy Seminar: To Feed the World, Youth in Agriculture Required

The world’s population is expected to reach 9.5 billion by 2050. and a 60% increase in current food production levels…

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2017 Global Food Policy Report: Rapid Urbanization is Critical Issue for Addressing Hunger

On March 23, 2017, The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) released the 2017 Global Food Policy Report. The Report…

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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,…

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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…

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Celebrate Earth Day 2014 with The Hunger Project

The Hunger Project joins millions of people around the world in celebrating Earth Day this April 22. Protecting and restoring…

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Moringa in Benin: Super Food Nutrition and Income Generating Production

Margaux Yost, Africa Programs Associate at The Hunger Project Global Office, recently traveled to Mozambique and Benin to observe our…

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Focusing on Nutrition in Mozambique

Margaux Yost, Africa Programs Associate at The Hunger Project Global Office, recently traveled to Mozambique and Benin to observe our…

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Information is Progress: Visits to Chirapaq Communities

After meeting with OMIL (Organization of Indigenous Women of Laramate) leaders in Lima at the World Conference of Indigenous Women,…

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Get Out the Give on #GivingTuesday!

The retail sector has benefited for years from coordinating national shopping days around the holidays. Everyone knows “Black Friday” or…

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Measuring Empowerment: The Columbia SIPA Team’s Experience in Mexico and Benin

In March 2013, a Columbia School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) team of six split into two and embarked…

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