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

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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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In Peru, Indigenous Promoters Work with Communties to Sucessfully Reduce Malnutrition

The 26 Indigenous Promoters of Peru, seven of whom are women, serve as shining examples of community members who take initiative towards being active agents of sustainable change.

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The Hunger Project-Ghana Celebrates Community Efforts To End Their Own Hunger And Poverty

The Hunger Project-Ghana will celebrate this week the graduation of three clusters of rural communities that have achieved the targets they set for declaring their self-reliance, meaning they have demonstrated their capacity to take charge of their own development.

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Communities in Mozambique Face Food Shortages as a Result of Drought

The drought in southern Africa continues to negatively impact the lives of hundreds of thousands of people, especially those whose livelihoods depend on agriculture-based income.

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Benin’s Health Workers Are Taking a Stand Against Child Mortality

The Hunger Project-Benin is taking a stand against child mortality and improving health follow-up strategies, such as encouraging regular clinic visits for children under five.

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