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  1. Growing a Well Fed World Luncheon: Women Farmers Lead the Way

    Oxfam America invites you to a free luncheon at the opening of the 2015 Borlaug Dialogue that lifts up the role of small-scale women farmers in creating a food secure and resilient world. Special guest speakers will include the 2015 World Food Prize Laureate, Sir Fazle Abed, founder of BRAC; Ray Offenheiser, President and Executive Director of Oxfam America; and Female Food Heroes from Tanzania and Nigeria, Bahati Muriga and Monica Maigari. The menu will represent foods and techniques that can contribute to global food security and nutrition.

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  2. Oxfam America Hunger Banquet - WFD 2015

    An Oxfam America Hunger Banquet® is an interactive event that brings hunger and poverty issues to life. Join us as we share in a memorable night that will bring these issues, as well as the impact that climate change will have on them, to life.

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  3. Chatham Univeristy World Food Day Awareness Event

    This year marks the Global Focus Year of Climate Change at Chatham University. With that in mind, we are bringing the Campus Community and anyone else together to start the conversation about hunger. Join the Office of Student Affairs and the Office of International Affairs as the Chatham campus observes World Food Day

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  4. Oxfam Columbus World Food Day Film Screening

    This is a free event that is open to the public. We will be meeting to discuss the human impacts of climate change on those who are living in developing countries. We will have a film screening of The Sisters Of The Planet. There will be free snacks, drinks will be available for purchase from Global Galleries. We welcome everyone who wants to come and chat about climate change, food issues, or any other related causes!

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  5. Marking World Food Day

    Climate Change, poverty, hunger: it’s all the same fight. Please join Madison Oxfam America Action Corps to mark World Food Day.Attractions: FOOD, SIGN PETITION, LETTER WRITING, SILENT AUCTION, and FILM SCREENING. It’s an opportunity to take action against hunger and poverty in our communities to make a positive change! The proceeds received at the event will go to Oxfam’s relief efforts in Syria. It’s free Admission to all.

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  6. World Food Day Community Dinner

    A community dinner dedicated celebrating small-scale farmers, locally and internationally, and starting a conversation on climate change and food security. Dinner will be locally sourced and prepared, and we will be celebrating with live local entertainment. World Food Day is a worldwide day of action against hunger started in 1979 to celebrate the creation of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. This year our focus will be on small-scale farmers and the effects of climate change.

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