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The Humpty Dumpty Institute is a unique non-profit organization dedicated to tackling difficult global and domestic issues by establishing innovative and strategic public/private partnerships that provide sensible solutions to serious problems.

Humpty Dumpty's partners include the U.S. Congress, the United Nations, the U.S. State Department, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, various countries, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, celebrities, other leaders, and a host of other NGOs.

Based on a philosophy of providing long-term sustainable and holistic solutions, Humpty Dumpty's programs focus on overcoming humanitarian and development challenges. Humpty Dumpty's past programs have removed landmines and unexploded bombs, provided food to the hungry, delivered health care efficiently to the sick and impoverished, provided literacy and education for women and girls, improved animal conservation efforts and expanded public and cultural diplomacy.

Many of these programs have taken on a life of their own and become institutions in their own right, such as the Congressional Advisory Board which has now resulted in over 500 visits to the United Nations by sitting members of the Congress and Senate, and the Higher Education Alliance which, in partnership with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, provides over 300,000 students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) with education on international affairs that they would not have otherwise received.

Humpty Dumpty's newest initiative seeks to improve child nutrition in the United States and elsewhere through "Breakfast at School," a program that provides free breakfast to school children through matching government grants.

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The Humpty Dumpty Institute is a unique non-profit organization dedicated to tackling difficult global and domestic issues by establishing innovative and strategic public/private partnerships that provide sensible solutions to serious problems.

Humpty Dumpty's partners include the U.S. Congress, the United Nations, the U.S. State Department, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, various countries, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, celebrities, other leaders, and a host of other NGOs.

Based on a philosophy of providing long-term sustainable and holistic solutions, Humpty Dumpty's programs focus on overcoming humanitarian and development challenges. Humpty Dumpty's past programs have removed landmines and unexploded bombs, provided food to the hungry, delivered health care efficiently to the sick and impoverished, provided literacy and education for women and girls, improved animal conservation efforts and expanded public and cultural diplomacy.

Many of these programs have taken on a life of their own and become institutions in their own right, such as the Congressional Advisory Board which has now resulted in over 500 visits to the United Nations by sitting members of the Congress and Senate, and the Higher Education Alliance which, in partnership with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, provides over 300,000 students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) with education on international affairs that they would not have otherwise received.

Humpty Dumpty's newest initiative seeks to improve child nutrition in the United States and elsewhere through "Breakfast at School," a program that provides free breakfast to school children through matching government grants.

An article on Aug. 14 about the fractured Arab world misstated the year that Iraq invaded Kuwait. It was 1990, not 1991.


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