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Sara Nitz Nolan

February 8, 2019
Blog Post

Preparing for the Farm Bill Re-Authorization at a Time of Critical Need

After decades of progress, global hunger and malnutrition is on the rise. More than 735 million people…

February 29, 2024
Statement

NGO Statement on Bills Threatening Global Anti-Hunger Programs

With as many as 783 million people facing chronic hunger and 45 million children…

September 22, 2023
Blog Post

Six Takeaways from InterAction’s Big Think on the U.S. Global Food Security Response

Progress on global food security and malnutrition has rapidly declined since 2015, with over…

September 14, 2023
Blog Post

NGO Community Response to USAID’s Draft Resilience Policy Revision

USAID’s draft 2022 Resilience Policy Revision makes significant progress toward resilience becoming a multisectoral priority. However, some adjustments and additions…

April 6, 2023
Blog Post

Launching InterAction’s “Big Think” on U.S. Global Food Security Response

In 2020, the number of people unable to afford a healthy diet around the world rose by 112 million to…

November 22, 2022
Blog Post

NGOs Sign Statement in Support of Congressional Resolution to Waive Cargo Preference Requirements on Food Aid until 2025

Current cargo preference requirements make it more expensive for U.S. humanitarian food assistance programs to support vulnerable communities around the…

June 2, 2022
Blog Post

How Policy Evolves

InterAction developed a comparative analysis of the Global Food Security Act of 2016 (GFSA) and the Global Food…

January 19, 2022
Blog Post

Famine Risk and Prevention Spot Report

Global hunger and food insecurity are not new problems—both have steadily risen every year since 2014. However, as a result…

October 20, 2021
Blog Post

Picking Up The Pace

In the wake of the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report that declared ‘code red’ for human-driven…

September 7, 2021