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Food for Life Campaign

Hosted by the WCC since 2015, the Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance promotes just and sustainable food systems, and adequate nutrition through a rights-based approach and enhancing local food systems, and mobilizes action and reflection for food justice and zero hunger.

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Agreement works toward food security in South Sudan

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Pan African Women of Faith issue fervent Call to Action

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Publication review: exploring the impact of technologies on what we eat

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