International Solidarity Fund 2013-2018
In the U.S. and around the globe, women are growing food for their families, young people are using agroecology to harvest produce for market, and Indigenous communities are protecting ancestral land and seeds to sustain themselves. These are some of the true solutions to hunger that nourish people and planet and put affected communities in charge of their own health and well being. In 2013, WhyHunger established the International Solidarity Fund as a way to foster these solutions and to strengthen our strategic role in supporting grassroots organizations and movements. This publication highlights the last five years of WhyHunger’s International Solidarity Fund and seeks to amplify our social movement and grassroots partners, their stories, and our collective impact.