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  1. Relief & Development Organizations International

  2. United Nations Organizations • World Food Program • Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) • United Nations Development Program • United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) • International Fund for Agricultural Development • World Health Organization (WHO) • World Bank

  3. World Food Program • World’s Largest Humanitarian Agency • 104 million peopled aided • 81 countries • 5.9 million tons food • $3.275 Billion • 8,770 Employees • Relief and Development • School Feeding • Fight against HIV/AIDS • Food for Work • Focus on women

  4. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) • Information/data Network for agriculture • Statistics, publications • 1 million website hits/month • Field Projects • Manages 1000s of projects • Technical expertise • Global Ag Policy • Offices in 100 countries • $750 million

  5. United Nations Development Program • Better life for people • Democratic Governance • Poverty Reduction • Crisis Prevention and Recovery • Energy and Environment • HIV/AIDS • Millennium Development Goals • 166 countries • $280 million

  6. United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF) • For every child: • Health • Education • Equality • Protection • Priorities: • Girls’ education • Immunizations • HIV/AIDS • Early Childhood Nutrition • Child Protection • Violence, child soldering • Exploitation, child labor • Sexual abuse, trafficking Darfur, Sudan

  7. International Fund for Agricultural Development • 900 million extremely poor rural people worldwide • Goal: enable the rural poor to overcome poverty • Microcredit • Household food security • Livestock and rangeland • Sustainable livelihoods • Women’s empowerment: • Credit, Land, Technology Microcredit meeting

  8. World Health Organization • Goal: attainment by all peoples of the highest possible level of health • Information resource • Statistics • Publications • Crisis management • Outbreaks • Immunizations • $450 million • 192 countries Immunization

  9. World Bank • Goal: • fight poverty in developing countries • Improve standard of living • Loans • Roads, ports • Education, health systems • Policy advice • Technical assistance • 184 countries • 9,300 employees • $20.1 billion for 245 projects

  10. U.S. Governmental Agencies

  11. Peace Corps • Peace Corps • Volunteers work in developing countries • Promote: • Education • Agriculture • Health, HIV/AIDS • Business • International understanding

  12. U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) • Started with Marshall Plan after WWII • Principal U.S. foreign aid agency to help countries: • Recover from disaster • Escape poverty • Democratic reforms • Partnership with • 3,500 U.S. businesses • 3,000 Organizations • $8.8 Billion USAID in Uganda

  13. Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)

  14. Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) • CIMMYT • International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center • IRRI • International Rice Research Institute • CIP • International Potato Center • ILRI • International Livestock Research Institute

  15. Policy Organizations • Center for Global Development • Food First • Greenpeace • Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy • International Food Policy Institute • Winrock International • Worldwatch Institute • World Food Prize 2004 World Food Prize

  16. Relief Organizations • Oxfam International • Rotary International • Heifer International • Freedom from Hunger • CARE • Save The Children

  17. Religious Relief Organizations • Bread for the World • Catholic Relief Services • ELCA World Hunger (Lutheran) • Feed the Children • Food for the Hungry • Presbyterian Hunger Program • UMCOR World Hunger/Poverty (Methodist) • Food for Life Global (Hindu) Catholic Relief Services in Sudan

  18. Hunger Relief Progress

  19. Hunger Relief Progress

  20. Hunger Relief Progress

  21. Hunger relief Progress

  22. Hunger Relief Progress Average Annual Rate of Change of GDP 1975-97 (green=negative change, yellow-->red higher rates)

  23. U.S. Foreign Aid • U.S. gave $15 billion (2002) • Largest Donor in world • Least generous based on capacity to give (GNP) • < 1% Federal Budget • Majority think U.S. Aid is 20X more • 2004: U.S. allocated $1billion to Millennium Challenge Grant • 2004: U.S. allocated $2.4 billion to combat AIDS/HIV

  24. Worldwide HIV/AIDS Relief • 1997-2006 • U.S. donated $18 billion • 2007 • U.S. pledges additional $30 Billion • Treatment of 2.5 million people Bush 2007