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ECHO began in the early 1970’s when an Indiana businessman, Richard Dugger, visited Haiti and was led to start an organization dedicated to helping hungry people learn how to feed themselves. Dr. Martin Price became the Executive Director in 1981 and ECHO, Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization, began to focus on strengthening the ministries of missionaries, national churches and development workers as they assist small farmers or urban gardeners in developing countries. ECHO is a growing network for sharing information, ideas, techniques, seeds, methods, designs, books, materials, and solutions for fighting world hunger.
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I have volunteered at ECHO during the past three years. ECHO is different than many non-profit organizations who help with World Hunger, because it "teaches people to fish, instead of just giving them a fish". West African Farmers have experienced large increases in their harvest of corn, millet...
Several years ago, a staff member from ECHO came to our church and gave a presentation about how this charity helps to end hunger around the world by teaching people how to grow their own food, and providing the seeds and other resources to do that. I was so impressed that they were providing help ...
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I have the unique opportunity to interact with many non-profits and community organizations in Southwest Florida, and ECHO stands out as an example of excellence in what they do. ECHO has had far-reaching effect here in Florida, but from what I've experienced this is just the proverbial tip of the ...
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