Daniele Giovannucci Crop transport along mountain trail
Links to More Resources

• There are lots of places to begin and rather than suggest favorites – different approaches for different folks – here are some ideas to get you started (some impact hunger directly and others indirectly).


 
Why are People Hungry?
www.worldhunger.org

The Hunger Project
www.thp.org

Children's Hunger Fund
www.childrenshungerfund.org

Action Against Hunger
www.actionagainsthunger.org

Freedom From Hunger
www.freedomfromhunger.org

Stop Hunger Now
stophungernow.org

Preventing Food Waste
blogs.worldwatch.org

After The Harvest: Fighting Hunger in the Coffeelands
aftertheharvestorg.blogspot.com

World Food Programme of the UN
www.wfp.org

International Alliance Against Hunger
www.iaahp.net

World Hunger Education Service Associates
www.worldhunger.org

Know Hunger Info for Educators
www.knowhunger.org

One World Everybody Eats
www.oneworldeverybodyeats.org

Share Our Strength
www.strength.org

Alliance to End Hunger
www.alliancetoendhunger.org

Feel Good - Ending World Hunger
www.feelgoodworld.org
 


 
The Life You can Save
What you can do and how fighting extreme poverty wouldn’t take a big sacrifice
Peter Singer Book Excerpt

Great short video "Story of Stuff"
www.storyofstuff.com

Ecological Footprinting
www.footprintnetwork.org

Rainforest Alliance
www.rainforest-alliance.org

International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements
www.IFOAM.org

Fairtrade Labelling (FLO) International
www.fairtrade.net

Committee on Sustainability Assessment (COSA)
www.sustainablecommodities.org/COSA

International Institute for Sustainable Development
www.iisd.org

Centro de Inteligencia sobre Mercados Sostenibles at INCAE
www.cims-la.com

Root Capital (EcoLogic Finance)
www.ecologicfinance.org

The Natural Capital Institute
www.naturalcapital.org

World Changing
www.worldchanging.com

Social Venture Network
www.svn.org

Business for Social Responsibility (BSR)
www.bsr.org

World Resource Institute
www.wri.org

International Water Management Institute (IWMI)
www.iwmi.cgiar.org

Sustainability Purchasing Network
www.buysmartbc.com

Food and Society
www.foodandsociety.org

The Food Project
www.thefoodproject.org

Food Research & Action Center
frac.org

Food Security Learning Center
www.whyhunger.org

Foodshare
www.foodshare.net

Nourish: Food+Community
goworldlink.org/programs/nourish.html

Just Food
www.justfood.org

National Farm to School Program
www.farmtoschool.org

Massachusetts Farm to School Project
www.mass.gov/agr/markets/Farm_to_school

Slow Food USA
www.slowfoodusa.org

Slow Food - A United Slow Voice
www.slowfood.com

Southern Sustainable Agriculture Working Group
www.ssawg.org

State Food Policy Council
www.statefoodpolicy.org

Sustainable Food Center
www.sustainablefoodcenter.org

USDA Community Food Projects
nifa.usda.gov/program/hunger-food-security-programs

World Hunger Year
www.worldhungeryear.org
 

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There are many ways to approach rural development and decades of experience demonstrate that many conventional approaches simply do not work.

What does work is applying business-like practicality while being firmly guided by humanistic values that are conscious of the local impact so that -- regardless of the policy of project outcome -- people are left better off.