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  • Tanner Roark
  • 9th Class, 2017-2019 Field Placement:
    Tanner works with Project Concern International (PCI) on the Njira Project, an integrated food security project in Balaka and Machinga Districts in
    Southern Malawi. As a Knowledge Management & Learning Advisor, Tanner works to improve the quality and applicability of periodic monitoring reports to inform PCI’s program decision making with field-based evidence. In this pursuit, … Read more

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We champion programs and policies that strengthen food security across the United States and around the globe, including the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals, Feed the Future, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and federal Child Nutrition Programs.

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We work in coalition with national and international partner organizations to educate policymakers and advocate for effective food security policy.

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