David Duffeck

David Duffeck joined the InterAction team in 2016 as a Senior Program Associate. Prior to joining InterAction, David worked with the Financial Transparency Coalition, where he conducted research on transparency and economic development. Most recently, David worked on fundraising for U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow. He holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Missouri, Columbia.

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Why NGOs Need Investment Data in Their Fight Against Hunger

For NGOs, good data can mean the difference between successful programs and unsuccessful programs – or significant and negligible results in the fight against hunger and poverty. However, NGOs can find themselves in the dark when deciding where and how to spend their resources, as the information they need to make smarter investments is often difficult, time consuming, and expensive to find. Below are a few of the things NGOs need to know in order to make the best possible investments to end hunger and reduce poverty.

Why Data on Agriculture and Food Security Investments Matters in the Fight Against Hunger

Although the world economy has grown for 54 out of the past 55 years, almost 800 million people today still suffer from hunger. Millions more live in poverty. Smarter investments in agriculture and food security are critical to end these problems.

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Title: 
Senior Program Associate
Phone: 
573-268-9658
Department: 
Global Development Policy and Learning
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