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The Government of Canada supports SeedChange with $2.6 million to prevent a food crisis in Latin AmericaNovember 9, 2020 4:16 pm Leave your thoughts
Since August, SeedChange has been delivering a $2.6 million emergency food security response program in the Dry Corridor of Honduras, Guatemala and Nicaragua, funded by the Government of Canada.
“This unique partnership has endured for more than two decades. I can’t overstate how powerful and rare this is.”
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