THANK YOU TO OUR CHALLENGERS

5 October, 2015
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A BIG THANK YOU to all our challengers that have raised vital funds this year stretching themselves to the limit for The Hunger Project. Thank you to our individual challengers: Orunga and team, Simon and Dan, Steve, Sandy, Caritta, Gale, Nita, Jeff, Christina & Team, Simon, Gale, Nita, Nyakio & Caroline. Jo, Annie and many others […]

ELISABETH: A SHINING EXAMPLE OF AN EMPOWERED WOMAN IN GHANA

1 October, 2015
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1 October, 2015
Elisabeth Obubuafo is a shining example of an empowered woman, running multiple businesses, sending her children to school and providing food for her community. It was not always this way. Learn more about how women are generating income to end their hunger and poverty in Africa

The Hunger Project’s 2014 Annual Global Report Now Available

1 October, 2015
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01 October, 2015
We sustained and grew our vibrant movement of people who know the end of chronic hunger and abject poverty is possible – and that each of us can do something to make it happen >> Read More

The Hunger Project held a launch event at the UN  for the Movement for Community-Led Development, calling for a process that empowers citizens at the local level. The event was co-hosted by the Government of the Philippines and featured experts from the field. More information about the Movement for Community-Led Development, including the list of founding […]

On Friday 25th September, history was made. During the 70th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), heads of state from 193 countries adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) — 17 goals to end hunger and poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. Throughout the process to develop the SDGs, The Hunger […]

“The Hunger Project taught me to be independent”

10 March, 2017
Posted by Sophie Noonan

Since joining The Hunger Project’s Women’s Empowerment Program and becoming a trained animator in Ghana, Dina has expanded her farm, started a new business and has positively affected the lives of women in her community. My name is Dina Amartey; I am 34 years old and live in Koni village, Matsekope Epicenter. I am married with three […]

The UK Movement for Community Led Development is launched

8 December, 2016
Posted by Sophie Noonan

The Hunger Project UK is pleased to announce the UK Launch of the Movement for Community Led Development, The launch event held on 2nd December was attended by supporters, civil society organisations and The Institute for Development Studies. The Movement is a global civil society initiative to scale-up successful approaches that empower grassroots people to […]

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 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

15 December, 2015
Posted by Sophie Noonan

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 […]