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International donors, led by the United States, have prioritized global food security since price hikes in 2007 and 2008 threw several hundred million people into poverty. Investments have been made in raising smallholder productivity, reaching women with extension services, reducing post-harvest waste, improving the nutrition of children, and providing farmers with access to information they need to participate in markets.... Read More
The Republican presidential debates have brought out the partisanship in nearly all the candidates. In the contest for the supposedly angry, energized base voters, the candidates are pushing and pulling one another to stake out more extreme and uncompromising positions.... Read More