New U.S. Initiative on Global Food Security

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon hosted a meeting on Global Food Security Sept. 26 in New York, with leaders from 130 countries. Ban and Clinton jointly introduced a proposal at the meeting titled "Partnering for Food Security: Moving Forward."

The thrust of the initiative is to take a more preventative and less reactive approach toward food security. "We will continue of course to invest in the crises and emergencies, but we want to begin to try to alleviate the crises and the emergencies by once again enabling people to feed themselves," Clinton said at the meeting.

As part of the initiative, the State Department also released a slick video, narrated by none other than Matt Damon.

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