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El USDA ayuda a los agricultores, ganaderos y comunidades afectadas por el huracán Fiona

El USDA esta asistiendo en los esfuerzos de recuperación de los agricultores, ganaderos y residentes afectados por el huracán Fiona. El personal del USDA en las oficinas de todo el país está listo para responder con una variedad de flexibilidades en el programa y otros tipos de asistencia a los productores y las comunidades que lo necesiten.

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Fact Sheet: FNS Advances Goals of the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health

“Leveraging the White House Conference to Promote and Elevate Nutrition Security: The Role of the USDA Food and Nutrition Service” highlights ways FNS is supporting – and will continue to support – the President’s goal to end hunger, reduce diet-related diseases by improving healthy eating and physical activity, and eliminate disparities surrounding them by 2030.

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USDA Encourages Ag Producers, Residents to Prepare for Hurricane Ian

USDA reminds communities, farmers and ranchers, families and small businesses in the path of Hurricane Ian that USDA has programs that provide assistance in the wake of disasters. USDA staff in the regional, state and county offices stand ready and are eager to help.

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USDA Provee Alivio a Hogares Impactados por Huracán Fiona

El Servicio de Alimentos y Nutrición (Food and Nutrition Service o FNS, por sus siglas en ingés) del Departamento de Agricultura Estadounidense (USDA) continúa colaborando con la isla de Puerto Rico para abordar las necesidades de los residentes luego de azotar el Huracán Fiona.

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FNS Awards $675,000 to New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services to Make Technology-Centered Improvements in SNAP Customer Service

FNS awarded the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services a $675,000 grant to support its efforts to enhance efficiency and access in SNAP. The multi-year SNAP Process and Technology Improvement Grant seeks to improve the experience of SNAP participants by enabling grantees to update inefficient or ineffective processes and use technology to streamline operations and provide better customer service.

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FNS Awards $1,649,845 to New York City Human Resources Administration to Make Technology-Centered Improvements in SNAP Customer Service

FNS awarded the New York City Human Resources Administration a $1,649,845 grant to support its efforts to enhance efficiency and access in SNAP. The multi-year SNAP Process and Technology Improvement Grant seeks to improve the experience of SNAP participants by enabling grantees to update inefficient or ineffective processes and use technology to streamline operations and provide better customer service.