Raising the Voice of Civil Society in Food Security, Nutrition, & Agricultural Policy Processes

The National Alliance Partnership Program is an initiative of the U.S.-based Alliance to End Hunger. The goal of the Partnership Program is to build the capacity of civil society coalitions (National Alliances) to raise the voice of civil society in food security and agricultural policy processes.

The Partnership Program is currently funded by a USAID grant under the US Government’s Feed the Future Initiative. Over three years, the initiative is partnering the US Alliance with counterpart coalitions in a total of seven countries: Ghana, Guatemala, Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia.

This website provides a clearinghouse for information related to the National Alliance Partnership Program, including:

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