Bread Enews 5/2013

May 3, 2013 at 7:43 am Leave a comment

The Next 1,000 Days As Bread for the World prepares for our 2013 National Gathering, Bread for the World Institute is celebrating, taking stock of, and looking at next steps for the 1,000 Days Partnership and the Scaling Up Nutrition Movement. Read more »
Make Sure that Hungry People Have a Place at the Negotiating Table Bread’s 2013 Offering of Letters, “A Place at the Table,” is in full swing and your letters and phone calls are influencing Congress. Read more »
On Faith: Grateful for Each Tiny Plateful Lazarus, The Musical opened my heart — giving me deeper understanding of how hunger and poverty unjustly touch some people in our country and in the world. Read more »
Reforming Food Aid to Improve Maternal and Child Nutrition As the world’s largest provider of food aid, the United States must lead the way in improving its quality and the efficiency with which it is delivered. Read more »
Helping the Church Be the Church Sandra Joireman, Ph.D., brings extensive knowledge about development and a deep faith to her new role as chair of Bread’s board of directors. Read more »
Ecumenical Advocacy Days Provide Prologue to National Gathering “As lawmakers continue to debate the federal budget, programs that support hungry and poor people hang in the balance.” Read more »

 

Act Now!

Call or email your members of Congress and tell them to protect and strengthen the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and international food aid in the farm bill.

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Also in this issue:
Gift Cards to Honor Someone Special in Your Life
The Biblical Basis for Advocacy to End Hunger
Oregon Food Bank Recognized for Innovation
Field Focus: Improving Maternal Health in Sierra Leone, One Mango at a Time
You Go. You Come Back. Then What?
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