Feed The Future Improves Global Food Security, Should Be ‘Long-Term Foreign Aid Priority’

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H. Julian Gordy, bishop of the Southeastern Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

“…The results [of Feed the Future] have been astounding. The cycle of poverty, hunger, and hopelessness is being broken. … The problem is, as a presidential initiative, Feed the Future does not have a guaranteed future without legislation that makes it a long-term foreign aid priority. Which is why leaders in the House and Senate have smartly introduced bipartisan-supported legislation to secure Feed the Future’s future. It’s called the Global Food Security Act (HR 1567/S 1252)…” (6/3).

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