Thank you for attending tonight’s event. I have been working with the Hunger Project since 2003, when it began to work in Mexico. Since then, we have been working to educate and inform the inhabitants of the country on how to best cope with their poverty issues, specifically when it comes to nutrition and a safe and healthy upbringing. We understand that it is not our place or ultimate responsibility to completely take care of a country, but to teach that individuals in that country, M
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