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The 16 Days Campaign: Take Action Against Gender-Based Violence

The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence is an international campaign to highlight the prevalence of violence against women globally. Read more about the campaign and what you can do to halt violence against women globally.

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March 30, 2012, Wakene, Ethiopia - Nursery school students wash their hands before taking lunch at the  Debre Libanos Epicenter in Wakene, Ethiopia. Educating youth on the importance of sanitation and hygiene is a part of every day's lessons at the school.

World Toilet Day: Linking Sanitation and Nutrition

“The 2030 Agenda calls on us to renew our efforts in providing access to adequate sanitation worldwide. We must continue…

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Celebrate 25 years of Chirapaq in Pujas, Peru

Progress in Peru: The Hunger Project and Chirapaq Improve Nutrition and End Hunger

In the last year, The Hunger Project-Peru and Chirapaq have restructured their focus with a plan of action to better address the needs of the communities in which we work. Read on how The Hunger Project and Chirapaq are now emphasizing the importance of food security and sovereignty, and prioritizing the recovery of ancestral knowledge and traditional biodiversity levels.

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Bangladesh Celebrates National Girl Child Day with Rallies, Debates and More

The Hunger-Project Bangladesh celebrated National Girl Child Day in 420 locations around the country. Read more about the massive celebrations.

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Rethink What's Possible

This two-hour workshop shares lessons from the most outstanding examples of courageous and effective leadership happening in the remote, rural villages where The Hunger Project works.

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