United States Committee for FAO

The United States Committee for FAO is dedicated to helping people throughout the world to feed themselves. Its purpose is two-fold. First, to provide financial assistance for projects to aid the rural poor in developing nations, particularly projects to increase food production and access to food. Second, to raise public awareness in the United States of the need to raise levels of nutrition and standards of living and to improve agricultural productivity in developing nations.

United States Committee for FAO
P.O. Box 33145
Washington, DC 20033-3145
United States
1-800-252-0455

President

Robert Reddick

Management Team

Robert Reddick, John Ziolkowski, Robert Reddick (President), John Ziolkowski (Treasurer)

Board of Directors

Robert Reddick, Dennis Brydges, Howard Hjort, Edward Jaycox, Deborah Matz, Hunt Shipman, John Ziolkowski, Robert Reddick (President), John Ziolkowski (Treasurer)

Project Leaders

Amy McMillen

Mission

The United States Committee for FAO is dedicated to helping people throughout the world to feed themselves. Its purpose is two-fold. First, to provide financial assistance for projects to aid the rural poor in developing nations, particularly projects to increase food production and access to food. Second, to raise public awareness in the United States of the need to raise levels of nutrition and standards of living and to improve agricultural productivity in developing nations.

Programs

The Growing Connection: Haiti, Ghana, Kenya, Mexico, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and across the United States. Support to tsunami relief and small-scale farming worldwide via Telefood projects of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN.

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