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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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What It Was Like to Work in a Rohingya Refugee Camp At the Start of the Crisis
Global Citizen

The people we saw were showing up hungry and malnourished because they hadn’t eaten in days. Many of the refugees had walked all the way to Bangladesh’s border from their villages — and it took anywhere from a few days to a week to get there. Some of them literally ran and didn’t take anything, no supplies, nothing with them. They were so thankful and felt blessed that Bangladesh allowed them to come and gave them a safe haven, but it still wasn’t easy.

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Arctic Hunger: Out of Sight, But Not Out of Mind Arctic Hunger: Out of Sight, But Not Out of Mind
Feeding America

“The price of food in remote Alaska towns is incredibly high,” says Sarah Glaser, marketing and communication manager for Food Bank of Alaska. “It’s typical to see a gallon of milk for $10, or a loaf of bread for $6. ” Many living in these remote towns simply can’t afford to purchase all of their food at the grocery store. Alaska ranks highest for unemployment at 7.3% due to a large proportion of seasonal jobs dependent on the volatile oil, mining and fishing industries.

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Hunger In America Is Changing
Feeding America

Hunger can affect people from all walks of life. Many Americans are one job loss or medical crisis away from food insecurity – but some people, including children and seniors, may be at greater risk of hunger than others. Get the facts.

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Why Are 20 Million People Still At Risk Of Famine?
TAHRAT SHAHID

On World Food Day, a day dedicated to fighting world hunger, the possibility of famine continues to loom large in Africa. Since my post on famine early this year, over 20 million people in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, and Yemen remain at risk of dying of starvation, including 1.4 million children. Thanks to humanitarian assistance, however, South Sudan is no longer in the midst of famine – but the risk that it will return to famine conditions has yet to be eliminated.

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