#Global Food Security Act

  • Article: How sound policy can silence the sound of suffering

    How sound policy can silence the sound of suffering

    From World Vision|May 20, 2016

    Sound polices make it is possible to avoid the worst-case scenario. Read more

  • Article: The US Congress just took a major step towards alleviating hunger around the world

    The US Congress just took a major step towards alleviating hunger around the world

    By Bree Dyer|Global Poverty Project|April 21, 2016

    The US Senate just joined the House of Representatives in passing the Global Food Security Act. Read more

  • Article: Global Food Security Act passes the Senate committee!

    Global Food Security Act passes the Senate committee!

    By Judith Rowland|Global Poverty Project|March 10, 2016

    This is a giant step closer to improving US efforts to end global hunger. Read more

  • Article: United States leadership is key to achieving the Global Goals

    United States leadership is key to achieving the Global Goals

    By Ari Medina|Global Poverty Project|Nov. 6, 2015

    Everyone has a vital role to play in ending poverty by 2030. Read more

  • Article: Senator Coons steps up for food aid reform

    Senator Coons steps up for food aid reform

    By Meghan Werft|Sept. 26, 2015

    FACT: If food aid in the US is reformed, 8-12 million people could be fed Read more

  • Article: Mobilize against world hunger: support the Global Food Security Act

    Mobilize against world hunger: support the Global Food Security Act

    From CARE|Sept. 24, 2015

    Take action. It's time to end global hunger. Read more

  • Video: Your food security actions go center stage on MSNBC

    Your food security actions go center stage on MSNBC

    By Ryan Nardi|MSNBC|July 30, 2015

    Watch Rep. Charlie Dent and Sen. Bob Casey discuss the GFSA on MSNBC's The Cycle Read more

  • Article: The truth about small, local farms

    The truth about small, local farms

    By Caryn Carver|July 23, 2015

    8 things you may not know about local food systems. Read more