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Click on the news stories below to find out about our community of people in the UK who are committed to the sustainable end of world hunger.

World Hunger Day events at Mercato Metropolitano

We are excited to announce various events at incredible London dining space Mercato Metropolitano.20 May 2018Daytime: Learn about World Hunger Day, the campaign launched by The Hunger Project in 2011, and how we are working in partnership to end...

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Bear Grylls Survival Academy World Hunger Day Challenge

Calling all parents, guardians, aunties, uncles, brothers, sisters, grandparents, godparents, friends! (phew: did we mention everyone?)We're inviting you to take on a challenge of a lifetime this World Hunger Day weekend with a 24 hour family...

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Go sugar free and help end hunger

The Sweet Charity Challenge 2018 Health coaches, and Hunger Project supporters, Kit Yoon and Dr Annabel Boys launch a no sugar challenge to support The Hunger Project. Pledge to go sugar-free for a week or more, donating whatever you can to the...

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Transformational Giving Auction via ebay

The Hunger Project's Transformational Giving Auction via ebay is on track to raise over £4000 for our work ending hunger. Exclusive one-to-one experiences with some of the UK's most successful entrepreneurs, coaches, businessmen and women, were...

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My Experience of the No Sugar Challenge

Blog by Cerys Boulger   I signed up to the No Sugar Challenge mainly because it looked like a good opportunity to not only do good for others by fundraising, but to try and do some good for myself too. I know I have a really bad sweet-tooth,...

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City Against Hunger Mud Challenge

    City Against Hunger The City gets its own exclusive 5k Mud Challenge Date and Time: Friday 20th October 2017 from 1pm onwards Location: Nuts Challenge Course, Dorking Register: http://cityagainsthunger.org/ Who will emerge victorious from the...

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Razia, Bangladesh

“Every woman should be skilled and economically self-reliant… Otherwise, the problems of women could never be solved…”

Rita, Ghana

“I worked with the teachers, sensitising the school children on the effects and the harms teenage pregnancy can do to them.”

Rejeya, Bangladesh

“Now I do not pass the night without food and my other family members can eat full meals at night.”