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The Unleashed Baking Challenge, Tea Party & Auction

Join us this January to eat cake and fight global hunger! A group of female entrepreneurs battle it out in baking and cake decorating, a pancake race, and much more! Join in the judging and taste their efforts, alongside bubbly and canapés. Our guests will also have the chance to take part in an exclusive Valentine’s […]

The Bake Off moves to Senegal! New training opportunities for our partners

  In December 2015 The Hunger Project UK’s supporters donated to our Big Give Christmas Appeal. We are delighted to announce that these generous donations were doubled by the match-funding campaign. Thanks to this investment, we have been able to train entrepreneurial women from our programmes in Senegal in baking with a difference: baking using local accessible grains. From cakes made with […]

Ghana epicentres achieve targets for self reliance

  In eight countries of Africa, our Epicentre Strategy mobilizes clusters of rural villages into “epicentres,” which band together 5,000-15,000 people to create a dynamic centre where communities are mobilized for action to meet their basic needs. This strategy is designed to partner with communities over a period of about eight years after which they graduate to a phase of “sustainable self-reliance,” […]

 

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The Hunger Project Supports the UK Launch of the Movement for Community-Led Development

     This week at THP UK we are busy preparing for the UK launch of the Movement for Community Led Development on Friday 2nd December. This is an exciting time as Britain is home to many pioneering and influential development organisations with a multitude of experiences to share.  It will be an opportunity to learn […]

Rita teaches family planning, and helps reduce teen pregnancy in Ghana

Rita Korley joined The Hunger Project-Ghana as an animator trainee in 2007. Since completing the training, she has been educating her community on topics such as forced marriage, child labor and domestic violence. In 2010, Rita decided to focus her efforts on preventing teen pregnancy since, until then, three or four girls each year took […]

After being denied an education of her own, Razia advocates for the education of all children

After being denied a complete education because she was forced to marry at 14, Razia Sultana, from Bangladesh, now serves as both a model of self-reliance and an advocate for the education of girls and children in her community. While searching to find alternative methods to rescue her family from destitution, Razia was informed of […]

Volunteering at The Hunger Project – an intern’s point of view

Kelsey has been an intern at The Hunger Project UK for three and a half months, assisting the team during one of our busiest and event-filled times of the year. As she comes to the end of her internship, we asked Kelsey about her experience:   How did you find out about The Hunger Project […]

 
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