Promoting Self-reliance

Our Epicenter Strategy in Africa supports communities in acting as the agents of their own development, so they can continue to perpetuate, sustain and enhance the work begun in partnership with The Hunger Project.

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Empowering Women

We know that when women are empowered, families are healthier, more children go to school, incomes increase and lives improve.

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Annual Fall Gala

We honored the self-reliant communities of Africa in New York on October 22!

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Strategic Solutions

Sustainable solutions to hunger, poverty, disease and inequality are possible through strategic programs.

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Knowledge is Power

The more you know about an issue, the more you can speak to it. The more you speak to it, the more people become involved. And the more people who are involved, the faster we have lasting change.

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DAVOS-KLOSTERS/SWITZERLAND, 31JAN09 - Luisa Dias Diogo, Prime Minister of Mozambique captured during the session 'Completing the Malaria Mission' at the Annual Meeting 2009 of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, January 31, 2009.

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Former Prime Minister of Mozambique Luisa Diogo Joins Global Board

H.E. Madame Luísa Diogo, former Prime Minister of Mozambique, the first woman to hold the post, has been appointed to The Hunger Project’s Global Board of Directors.

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Leaders from Ghana, Malawi and Mozambique Speak to Self-reliance at Annual Fall Gala

About 400 global citizens from around the world came together in New York City at The Hunger Project’s Annual Fall Gala, where The Hunger Project honored the communities of Africa who are taking charge of their own development, and the investors who are committing their resources to this incredible social transformation.

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World Food Day 2016: A Changing Climate and Food Security

On October 16, join The Hunger Project in celebrating World Food Day—a day to heighten public awareness about the interconnection of agriculture, food security and world hunger. This year’s theme is “Climate is changing. Food and agriculture must too

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Two Epicenters in Malawi Achieve Targets for Self-Reliance

Champiti and Ligowe Epicenters in Malawi have now graduated to a phase of “sustainable self-reliance,” which means that these communities have demonstrated the confidence, capacity and skills to act as agents of their own development.

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