Partnership to Cut Hunger and Poverty in Africa

The mission of the Partnership to Cut Hunger and Poverty in Africa is to create an African-led agricultural economy. Based in Washington, D.C., the nonprofit organization was founded in 2000 to encourage constructive dialogue between U.S. and African leaders in order to construct a realistic path toward its mission. Some of the issues that the organization targets are increasing both government and private-sector investment in African agriculture and negotiating U.S. government policies aimed at increasing agricultural assistance for Africa. The partnership’s activities include the following: (1) sponsoring educational outreach programs that aim to increase awareness and attract attention to the cause of hunger and poverty in Africa; (2) convening a U.S.-African forum at which both American and African experts meet to discuss strategies aimed at ...

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