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Facing Hunger, a 28 minute documentary about two farm families on opposite sides of the world are connected through faith, farming, and a desire to help end hunger.
See how a community in India is fighting hunger with better access to water.
See how conservation agriculture works and is making a difference in Zimbabwe.
See how food and other assistance is making a difference to people in Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger.
See how you can be an ingredient in the recipe to end global hunger!
A participant in a young adult food study tour participant shares about what she learned in Nicaragua.
18 million people are at risk of hunger in West Africa's Sahel region. Canadian Foodgrains Bank is responding.
Harrison Kalumba has lived his entire life in Eastern Kenya. He says the region has always been dry, but until three years ago he was able to grow enough food to feed his family. Now things have changed.
Watch 120 combines harvest 160 acres of soybeans in record time!
See how much food was supplied by the Foodgrains Bank in 2011/12.
see how sand dams are making a big difference in Eastern Kenya.
Heavy rains and flooding in Pakistan have affected 9 million people, causing widespread loss and devastation. Canadian Foodgrains Bank responded: two months worth of food was distributed to 2000 families that were affected by the flood.
Small-scale farmers in Pakistan are learning how to improve their crop production, nutrition and incomes through an agriculture program in southern Sindh province.
A new harvest for hunger video! Watch 100 combines harvest 160 acres of soybeans in record time!
How does a community come to need food aid? And what happens after they get it?
See how Canadian Foodgrains Bank is working to help people in the Congo feed themselves and their families.
Foodgrains Bank intern Keke Phooko explains how she is making a difference through conservation agriculture
In late summer 2010 monsoon rains left 1/5th of Pakistan under water, directly affecting 20 million people and leaving 10 million people in need of food aid.
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