April 2014

Challenge Stories from Hunger Project's Live Below the Line Champions

Challenge Stories from Hunger Project's Live Below the Line Champions

This week (April 28-May 2), The Hunger Project staff and over 200 Live Below the Line champions are spending $1.50 a day on food and beverage for five days to change the way people think about extreme poverty – all while supporting our work in villages worldwide.

In the Spirit of Earth Day, Join Live Below the Line!

In the Spirit of Earth Day, Join Live Below the Line!

If you had the opportunity or the chance to change the world and be a part of the Live Below the Line dialogue, to see yourself as a member of the planet as a whole, would you take it?

Implementing Innovative Technology to Collect Data and Monitor Programs

Implementing Innovative Technology to Collect Data and Monitor Programs

Using mobile-based technology to conduct household surveys and other data points makes for more accurate reporting and more time-sensitive, easier to access, and faster-to-use results.

Celebrate Earth Day 2014 with The Hunger Project

Celebrate Earth Day 2014 with The Hunger Project

The Hunger Project joins millions of people around the world in celebrating Earth Day this April 22.

The End of Extreme Poverty #By2030

Do you believe in a world without extreme poverty? A world in which leaders refuse to allow poverty to affect the lives of the people in their districts, states and countries?

What Can You Get for $1.50 a Day?

What Can You Get for $1.50 a Day?

Here at The Hunger Project Global Office in New York, the staff team has been debating the choices that need to be made to live on $1.50 per day through the Live Below the Line challenge: Do we give up caffeine so as not to waste money on a tea bag at $0.03 or coffee at $0.10 per cup?

Empowering Youth Parliament Leaders in Bangladesh

Empowering Youth Parliament Leaders in Bangladesh

One third of the population in Bangladesh is less than twenty years old. The Hunger Project-Bangladesh is proud to work with this sizable, empowered force for community change. 

The Hunger Project is Living Below the Line for our Partners like Mangi Bai

The Hunger Project Living Below the Line for our Partners like Mangi Bai

Partners like Mangi Bai of India are the reason The Hunger Project is a part of Live Below the Line. Follow Mangi’s story.