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Improving - and Sustaining - Food and Nutrition Security for the Most Vulnerable: A New Food for Peace Strategy

Next week, USAID’s Office of Food for Peace (FFP), the largest provider of food assistance in the world, is marking a milestone -- we’re issuing a new 10-year food assistance and food security strategy.
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