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The Partnership to Cut Hunger and Poverty in Africa was founded in 2001 and focuses on increasing the level and effectiveness of U.S. investments in Africa's agriculture and rural development to help reduce hunger and poverty on the continent. The Partnership achieves its objectives by building consensus around strategic actions, forging public-private sector collaborations and promoting concrete policy changes needed to cut hunger and poverty in Africa, especially in the following strategic areas: capacity building for science and technology; agricultural markets and trade; infrastructure; and emergency assistance.