Merger Set Path for Growth, Hope When Robert Emmons was asked to recall memorable projects funded by the Food Industry Crusade Against Hunger, the first that came to mind was an irrigation system in Africa that helped poor farmers become self-sufficient. "It was a very rudimentary system -- just a series of barrels -- but as a result, the farmers in this valley got two crops a year instead of one," explained Emmons, a former board member and president at FICAH. "For $50,000, it totally ...
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