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Achieving Zero Hunger

Hunger is one of the top issues the world faces today. About 795 million people, including children go to bed empty stomach. Is this happening because of food shortage? 644 more words

Hungry Children

Celebrate improving maternal and child health in the Philippines

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Closing celebration of Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies: Kalinga kay Inay.

Over the past 20 years, the Philippines has enjoyed an increase in life expectancy, improved access to education and economic opportunity, and a decrease in communicable diseases. 253 more words

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Mental health matters for microfinance

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>>Authored by Bobbi Gray, Research Director, Freedom from Hunger

First of all, a disclaimer. I am by no means a mental health expert. 1,091 more words

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Philippines program provided 800,000+ women maternal health education and care

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CARD Mutually Reinforcing Institutions (CARD MRI), the Microcredit Summit Campaign, and Freedom from Hunger announced that under the “Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies” program, some 800,000 women have received maternal health education in the past 5 months and 3600 women have received healthcare in the past 12 months. 904 more words

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Free ultrasounds draw thousands to community health fairs

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World leaders are convening in New York this week to finalize the Global Goals for Sustainable Development, an ambitious plan that will build on the… 889 more words

6 Pathways

Organizations partner with Akshaya Patra Foundation to eradicate hunger

Akshaya Patra Foundation is a Bengaluru based NGO catering the needs of underprivileged children across India via their mid-day meal services. The NGO is also gathering lot of attention and appreciation on international platform too, with its thriving efforts towards eradicating hunger and illiteracy. 428 more words

Akshaya Patra

Does Anti-Poverty Work Actually... Work?

Three questions every ‘pro-poor’ group needs to ask themselves

> Posted by Chris Dunford and Carmen Velasco

The following post was originally published on NextBillion. 1,017 more words

Center For Financial Inclusion