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04 Aug 2005 description

In response to a food crisis in Niger and a call by the Jewish community to assist, American Jewish World Service is working to identify local grassroots organizations that can help feed people facing starvation, and to ensure that those most vulnerable to life-threatening conditions will have access to medical care.

Through small localized grants, AJWS will complement the work of larger international organizations already providing large-scale food aid by improving the ability of local groups to ensure that their communities will be served by the national relief effort.