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19 Oct 2009 description

The Collaborative Research Support Program (CRSP) is a long-term, multi-disciplinary research and training effort to address the problem of food insecurity and malnutrition in developing countries. The principal partners in this research and training are scientists from U.S. universities working in collaboration with scientists in developing country universities, national and international research centers, the private sector, and NGOs. There are currently eight active CRSP programs, involving 60 U.S.

07 Apr 2009 description

Release No. 0090.09

USDA Releases Final Rule on Food Assistance Program Regulations

KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 7, 2009-Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said today that an additional 51,700 tons of agricultural commodities, valued at nearly $80 million, will be provided to children in low-income, food-deficit countries under USDA's McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program for fiscal year 2009.

15 Oct 2007 description
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Uganda + 6 others
Africa floods
report Christian Aid

Floods across large swathes of east and west Africa have washed away homes, crops and livestock leaving hundreds of thousands in urgent need of food and shelter.

While the flood waters are receding in every country aside from Uganda, many of those who have been affected need longer term support as they have lost this year's harvests and face serious food shortages.

Christian Aid will be supporting the immediate relief efforts and longer term recovery work of its local partners in the areas hit by the floods.

In Uganda, floods have made a bad …

18 Sep 2007 description
report Christian Aid

Floods across large swathes of east and west Africa have washed away homes, crops and livestock leaving hundreds of thousands in urgent need of food and shelter. There are also fears of cholera outbreaks in some of the worst affected regions.

Christian Aid will be supporting the relief efforts of its local partners in the areas hit by the floods.