Who We Work With
We believe hungry people themselves are the key to ending hunger.
Once empowered, there is no one more determined, more willing and more capable to end their own hunger. We work to unleash their vision, commitment and leadership so they can lift themselves and their families above the poverty line.
Click on the names below to read about some of our inspiring partners in Africa, South Asia, and Latin America.
In the Bagherhat District of Bangladesh, Bonani is a young girl who attends high school. In many parts of Bangladesh, girls are denied an education. Continuing beyond primary school to high school is limited to those families who can afford...read more
Cheikh Diouf from Ndié has been a member of the grain bank at Ndereppe Epicentre, Senegal, since the start of 2006. He has also become a member of the newly established farmers’ association. This has enabled him to provide his family with enough...read more
In Malawi, poverty is experienced by most rural families. It’s a country that is highly affected by climate change. Episodes of drought as well as severe flooding are increasing in frequency, intensity and unpredictability, giving the most...read more
Hansa Devi is just one woman. One very empowered woman. And because of her and the women she mobilised, one of the last pristine forests of India has been saved from over-development. Hansa’s journey began five years ago when she attended The Hunger...read more
Anju is 34 years old. She was married at the age of 13 and had her first child just a year later – a daughter who dropped out of school and was married by 16. Anju decided then that she wouldn’t let her grandchildren be part of the same cycle. She...read more
In the North Shoha Ethiopian region, east of the capital Addis Ababa, The Hunger Project is actively working within the Her Choice alliance to end child marriages. By setting up Girls Clubs and making sanitary pads available, teenage girls can stay...read more
In the North Shoha Ethiopian region, east of the capital Addis Ababa, The Hunger Project is actively working within the Her Choice alliance to end child marriage. In North Shoha, The Hunger Project is focusing on getting drop-outs back to school....read more
Pregnant women in Bangladesh receive all sorts of conflicting - and often incorrect - advice. One such piece of advice is that they shouldn't eat too much so that the baby stays small to allow for an easier birth. The Hunger Project Bangladesh is...read more
In the Mesqan region of Ethiopia’s Highlands, The Hunger Project works hard to promote Moringa, the miracle tree. Moringa leaves contain many vitamins and minerals and they hugely enhance the nutritional value of a daily meal. This can be highly...read more