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What is GROW

What is GROWSoon there will be nine billion of us on the planet. Our societies must grow to meet our needs, so we can put enough food on the table for everyone. Already, almost a billion of us go to bed hungry every night. Not because there isn't enough. But because of the deep injustice in the way the system works. And because too many of the ways we grow today are using up and destroying the natural resources on which we all rely. We can grow in a better way – one that contributes much more to human wellbeing, and ensures that everyone on the planet will always have enough to eat. A broken systemFood and oil prices. Flat-lining yields. Climate change. Unfair trade. Failing markets. Inequality between men and women. Land grabs. All of these issues are connected. And all of them are contributing to a global food system that is dominated by a few powerful governments and companies. A system that is failing the rest of us. We need a new way of thinking, and ideas that hold a promise of…

National Database for Humanitarian Project and Community (A week a go)

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National Database for Humanitarian Project and Community Development(Ensure Coordination and Communication Between Civil society , international agencies and government attain better human security)View this email in your browser National Database update -  April - June 2013 Belun and the Database Network (FONGTIL and Fundasaun Alola) provide civil society / organization project information  to the all beneficiaries or development partners (Government, NGOs, Bilateral and Agencies).

The Database strengthens relations and coordination between donors for community development projects, and assists government institutions and civil society organizations to run programs that complement the National Development Strategic Plan. The Database also prevents the duplication of project objectives by government or civil society programs.

To access the latest organization and project information for civil society implement  in Timor Leste, click here to download general organization c…

A LONG About GROW Photos FSG Media taken

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What is GROWSoon there will be nine billion of us on the planet. Our societies must grow to meet our needs, so we can put enough food on the table for everyone. Already, almost a billion of us go to bed hungry every night. Not because there isn't enough. But because of the deep injustice in the way the system works. And because too many of the ways we grow today are using up and destroying the natural resources on which we all rely. We can grow in a better way – one that contributes much more to human wellbeing, and ensures that everyone on the planet will always have enough to eat. A broken systemFood and oil prices. Flat-lining yields. Climate change. Unfair trade. Failing markets. Inequality between men and women. Land grabs. All of these issues are connected. And all of them are contributing to a global food system that is dominated by a few powerful governments and companies. A system that is failing the rest of us. We need a new way of thinking, and ideas that hold a promise of…