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Global food security programming delivers essential – and in many cases life-saving – interventions to at-risk households and communities around the world. But the impacts of these programs can benefit people well beyond targeted communities or countries. How can a food security intervention in a rural area of a country ultimately benefit both economic and national security not only in the beneficiary country, but internationally as well? Join the Alliance to End Hunger, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, and a panel of economic, national security, and food security experts to discuss how food security programming provides benefits beyond targeted countries to help promote a safe, prosperous, and more stable world.
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