From Farm to Fork: Packaging Meals With Local Harvests

The meals our volunteers package for distribution around the globe are comprised of rice, dehydrated vegetables, soy and a sachet of micronutrients. When our Stop Hunger Now Philippines in-country office identified local smallholder farmers who could produce those dehydrated vegetables rather than purchasing them from commercial suppliers, our meals took on a new meaning. In […]

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Stop Hunger Now, NC State University Announce Clinton Hunger Leadership Award Winner

NYU Student Jonathan Chin Recognized for Leadership in Fighting Hunger on Campus Stop Hunger Now and the North Carolina State University Center for Student Leadership, Ethics and Public Service have named Jonathan Chin, a student at New York University, as the 2017 President William Jefferson Clinton Hunger Leadership Award recipient. The award will be presented […]

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In the Face of Income Instability, Preschool Children in Vietnam Can Count on Nourishment Through School Meals

In the Quang Nam Province of Vietnam, unpredictable droughts and flooding create instability for many families who rely on farming for income. The family of My, age 6, are farmers who struggle to afford enough food, typically eating just two small meals each day. Although life is difficult for her family, including her parents, older […]

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Sustainable Agriculture is Key to Ending Hunger

Stop Hunger Now is committed to improving food security around the globe by supporting local farming communities. Crucial variables to ending hunger include diminishing food access barriers, improving nutrition outreach programs and promoting local sustainable agriculture. These variables all directly correlate to higher levels of food access in communities that rely on their food sources […]

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