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2013 Hunger Summit

G8: Don't Forget the Farmer at the End of the Road

Samuel A. Worthington | Posted 08.08.2013 | Impact
Samuel A. Worthington

As world leaders tackle hunger, poor nutrition and extreme poverty, they need to ensure their solutions are not top down. Farmers, particularly women farmers, must be central to any strategy and not an afterthought.

All for the Sake of a Few Nutrients

Jamie Cooper-Hohn | Posted 08.08.2013 | Impact
Jamie Cooper-Hohn

The difference between a child achieving his or her full potential in life comes down to the first thousand days: from pregnancy through to a child's second birthday. For hundreds of millions of children, the lack of a few key nutrients during this period will forever blight their future.

Food for Thought for World Leaders

Carolyn S. Miles | Posted 08.07.2013 | Impact
Carolyn S. Miles

On a recent trip to India, I joined a dozen mothers and their babies at a community meeting in a slum south of New Delhi. We sat on the floor and talk...

Leaning In On Ending Malnutrition

Lucy Martinez Sullivan | Posted 08.06.2013 | Impact
Lucy Martinez Sullivan

There is no tragedy more unimaginable than losing a child. Yet approximately 3 million young lives are lost each year to a condition that is completel...

Doubling Down On An Agenda To End Hunger

Mark Suzman | Posted 08.05.2013 | Impact
Mark Suzman

An end to extreme poverty is at the top of the global agenda now like perhaps never before. Echoing similar calls by President Obama and World Bank Pr...