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The Hunger Project Launches Public Dashboard to Share Data on Maternal Health

The Hunger Project, in partnership with Klipfolio and iFormBuilder, announced the public launch of The Hunger Project’s Maternal Health Dashboard—a visual collection of maternal health trends and the latest data from the organization’s work in the field.

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Best Schools for Girls: A Way to Ensure Girls Feel Safe in School

Students register their complaints in the complaint box as part of the Best School campaign The Hunger Project-Bangladesh has been…

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New Global Leader of Partnerships

Cathy Burke, CEO of The Hunger Project-Australia, will join The Hunger Project’s global team as Global Leader, Partnerships. In this role Burke will focus on building key partnerships and creating collaboration opportunities with international leaders, entrepreneurs and corporations.

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A New Generation of Local Female Leaders in India

The reservation of 50% of the seats for women for local assemblies in Rajasthan has led to a new generation of local female leaders. The Hunger Project has been working to train these women to become effective leaders in their communities.

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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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