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🌿May 28th 2020 is the 10th Annual World Hunger Day🌿 World Hunger Day was created by The Hunger Project to bring awareness to the more than 820 million people living in chronic hunger during an unprecedented global crisis. 💡The facts 💡 • 820 million...read more
At The Hunger Project, our work is focused on the people living in persistent, chronic hunger—not in addressing emergency acute hunger, often referred to as famine. However, the lines between the two types of hunger are often blurry—many of the...read more
Watch a special COVID-19 response video message from our global communities: There is No Lockdown on Hope The Hunger Project’s programmatic response to the coronavirus pandemic is a natural extension of the work we are already doing in the...read more
Dear supporters and friends, I hope you, your loved ones and communities are safe and well. I am, like you, concerned about the safety and wellbeing of my immediate family, friends and the whole Hunger Project community. At the same time, I am also...read more
The coronavirus affects us all. As we move through this pandemic, we will be bringing you news from our programme countries. Today an update from India by Ruchi Yadav, Director of Programmes of The Hunger Project India. Government is very active The...read more
Sunday 8th March is International Women’s Day. This year we are talking about the vital role that women play in the fight against climate change, and we want you to join us! Empower women. Fight climate change. 🌿 Did you Know 🌿 Women are...read more
We know that climate change has caused levels of people living in chronic hunger to rise since 2015. Women are likely to feel the effects of climate change and reduced supply even more profoundly than their male counterparts as social conditions...read more
Five years ago, world leaders agreed on 17 global goals to be achieved by 2o3o. Now that it’s 2020, we have one decade left to take action as a collective and achieve the global goals to end poverty, fix inequality and fight climate change. We will...read more
Piano music by Beethoven, Schumann, Granados, Ravel, Debussy and Chopin. Introduced and played by Nicholas Merton MA ATCL. The Hunger Project is delighted to be supported by "Music for Ending Hunger", a concert from Nicholas and Chrissy Merton....read more
Suzanne Dibble is an investor and supporter of The Hunger Project and our Unleashed Women movement in the UK. We spoke with Suzanne about what connects her to our work and some of the highlights of her journey so far with The Hunger Project. Suzanne...read more