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The impact of a bowl of soup on a village in Cambodia
UN Foundation

In a village in Cambodia, a bowl of soup contains an entire community’s efforts ⁠— and its hope for a healthier future. This lunch — a traditional Khmer soup — isn’t just feeding hungry children, it’s supporting the entire community. It was prepared with fresh…

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New tool has the potential to unlock conservation solutions
The Nature Conservancy

The first regional-scale data has been released from the Operational Tillage Information System (OpTIS), a new tool that has the potential to unlock conservation solutions for a variety of food and agricultural supply chain stakeholders. These data document the level of adoption of soil health…

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How The Nature Conservancy is Working with Dive Fishers in Peru
The Nature Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy has been working with Peruvian dive fishers for four years, to help them manage their fishing grounds more effectively and ensure they get the best out of what they have. The pilot project is using TNC’s technical experience to help small fishing…

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Inspiring Empathy
Feeding America

Hunger in America is a serious problem. One that, unfortunately, many people don’t seem to care a lot about. Because of this, we created a new public service announcement (PSA) to show people what hunger looks like in America using familiar childhood stories to help foster a feeling of empathy for people in need.

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Fighting Hunger to Build Stronger Communities
United Way

United Way doesn’t focus on just one issue; we fight for the health, education, and financial stability of every person, in every community. We go after communities’ toughest challenges, creating new solutions to old problems. And we work with people from all walks of life to turn those solutions into action.

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