Yes – with some limitations, says the ONE Campaign and One Acre Fund.
Why the G8 is made for campaigners
At the G8 Summit last weekend, President Obama announced the goal of helping 50 million people lift themselves out of poverty, but G8 plans do not match the plans of developing countries and the needs of their small-scale farmers.
Porter McConnell is the Oxfam policy lead for the G8 Camp David summit. This Friday, G8 leaders are making a big announcement on food security. We expect the launching of a new initiative. Past summits haven’t always had development on the agenda, and the US hosts deserve credit for making sure food security is front […]
This blog by Mahamadou Issoufou, Executive Director, The Federation of Unions of Farmers Groups, is cross posted from the Huffington Post. This piece is part of a series of blogs by leading NGOs to call attention to a range of issues that should be raised at the G8 summit at Camp David in rural […]
Starting today, Oxfam is working together with a big group of other NGOs to raise the volume on the issue—so loud that G8 leaders can’t ignore it. Join us in taking the fight against hunger and poverty to Twitter!
Lessons from Tanzania for the G8 food security initiative
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It would be a shame if historians wrote that Prime Minister Berlusconi delivered a more meaningful G8 summit than President Obama.