The Alliance to End Hunger fosters and supports unique partnerships among its diverse membership to expand their efforts and capacity to benefit the hungry people they serve. By establishing these connections, the Alliance facilitates increased collaboration among the hunger community at-large—allowing for more cross-sector, holistic engagement and less duplicative endeavors. This increased convergence promotes the spread of awareness on the different aspects and perspectives of hunger relief work (agriculture, health, nutrition, development, aid, seniors, youth, etc.), thus aiding the Alliance’s collective goal of building the public and political will to end hunger. Below are some examples of successful partnerships and activities that have occurred through the work of the Alliance.
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Anwar Khan, CEO, Islamic Relief USA
Harriet Giles, Hunger Solutions Inst., Auburn University
Katharine Emerson, Manager-Government Affairs, Monsanto
Marv Baldwin, President & CEO, Foods Resource Bank
Rod Brooks, President & CEO, Stop Hunger Now
Asma Lateef, Director, Bread for the World Institute
July 8, 2014
Universities Fighting World Hunger (UFWH) is a global higher education movement focused on educating, mobilizing and organizing students, faculty and administrators in the war against hunger. The innovative multi-disciplinary model was launched by Auburn University in 2004 in partnership with the UN World Food Programme...
July 8, 2014
Outreach, Inc., engages tens of thousands of volunteers each year in meal-packaging events at which people package either meals for international use or our specially designed meals for domestic use. As Outreach provides an actionable let’s-do-something-about hunger activity for colleges and universities, it recognizes the...