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Upcoming Events!!!

May 6, 2014- Briefing on Food Security, Post-Harvest Loss, and Hermetic Storage:

8:30am-12:00pm EDT

Alliance to End Hunger Office

The Alliance to End Hunger and GrainPro are co-hosting this event, which will feature two main panels- one on reducing post-harvest loss/improving grain quality and the second on commodity success stories from smallholder farmers.  Confirmed speakers, include:  Amb. Tony Hall, Philippe Villers (GrainPro), John Lamb (Abt Associates), Jaspreet Aulakh (Purdue University), Dirk Maier (Kansas State’s Innovation Lab for the Reduction of Post-Harvest Loss), Martin Gummert (International Rice Research Institute), Kim Elena Ionescu (Counter Culture Coffee), Victor Lopez (CIMMYT Mexico), Dieudonne Baributsa (Purdue Improved Crop Storage- PICS), Praveen Agrawal (World Food Programme).  For more information, and to register for the event, please visit: www.alliancetoendhunger.eventbrite.com

 

May 14, 2014- Come to the Table Regional Summit: Hunger as a Health Issue- Chicago:

11:00am-4:00pm CDT

The University Club, Chicago

In follow-up to our national Come to the Table: Hunger as a Health Issue Summit that took place in DC this past February; ProMedica, in collaboration with the Alliance to End Hunger and USDA will be doing a series of regional summits across the US—kicking off in Chicago. This half-day summit will feature health and nutrition experts who will present in areas of policy, community collaboration, physician engagement, and addressing hunger as an integral part of care plans.  It will also feature perspectives from an array of experts, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture, on the issue and discussion toward ensuring it is a priority for the healthcare industry.  To find out more information (including an updated agenda), and to register, please visit: www.cometothetablechicago.eventbrite.com

 

May 14, 2014- Hunger in the Age of Climate Change:

1:00-3:00pm EDT

Alliance to End Hunger Office

Bread for the World Institute and the Alliance to End Hunger invite you to Hunger in the Age of Climate Change.  The Third National Climate Assessment will be released in early May.  What does it say about climate change in the United States, and what do these findings mean for hungry and poor people in the United States and globally? Invited panelists include:  Katharine Hayhoe (Texas Tech University professor and author of A Climate for Change: Global Warming Facts for Faith-Based Decisions), William Hohenstein (USDA Climate Change Program Office); Claudia Nierenberg (NOAA Climate Assessments and Services Division), Lewis Ziska (USDA Agricultural Research Service). If interested in attending, RSVP to Danielle Haddy at dhaddy@alliancetoendhunger.org.  

 

May 15, 2014- National Alliance Partnership Program Briefing:

3:30-5:00pm EDT

Alliance to End Hunger Office

Please join us to learn more about the progress taking place through the Alliance’s USAID grant.  Our three country directors will be providing updates on their recent trips to Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.  There will be ample time for Q&A and any specific conversations around possible collaboration.  To find out more information and register, please visit: www.alliancegrant.eventbrite.com

 

 

      

 

 
 
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