Aid Agencies Laud Passage Of U.S. Global Food Security Act Of 2016
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Aid agencies hail U.S. bill to end global hunger and malnutrition
“Aid agencies have hailed the passage of a U.S. bill that aims to eliminate hunger and poverty around the world by helping smallholder farmers, especially women, with investments targeted at increasing productivity and improving nutrition. The Global Food Security Act of 2016, which enshrines in law the U.S. government’s global hunger initiative Feed the Future, is designed to promote food security, resilience, and nutrition through investments in agriculture…” (Mis, 7/7).
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