June 29, 2011 by Carolyn Ramsdell
Several times each month, we will introduce you to a member of our global team. Today we meet Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Francis Osei-Mensah! He joined The Hunger Project-Ghana in 2008 and is interviewed here by fellow THP staffer, Carolyn Ramsdell.
June 28, 2011 by THP India
The Hunger Project-India and local state partners recently held a series of interfaces with Parliamentarians and empowered elected women representatives to discuss pressing social issues such as the availability of drinking water, school efficiency, reproductive rights and village health centers.
June 27, 2011 by John Coonrod
Chirapaq, our partner organzation in Peru, recently celebrated 25 years of empowering indigenous communities! Hunger Project Vice President, John Coonrod was on hand to take pictures.
June 24, 2011 by Sara D Wilson
It’s no secret that the global food system is failing and recent estimates suggest that by 2050 the global population is expected to reach nine billion, increasing food demand by 70 percent. UN news service IRIN asks three experts how they would fix the food system -- not only for ourselves but for future generations.
June 25, 2011 by Sara D Wilson
Earlier this week, the former presidents of Ghana and Brazil were honored recipients of the 2011 World Food Prize. On this, the 25th anniversary of the prestigious award, we take a look at the inspiring person who brought the coveted World Food Prize into being: Dr. Norman Borlaug.
June 21, 2011 by Sara D Wilson
As a non-profit committed to the sustainable end of hunger, we like to stay up-to-date on the conversations going on in the world of international development. From the latest UN reports and government policies to spotlights of our own work, we’re a part of the action and we do our best to keep you informed.
June 1, 2011 by Sara D Wilson
Ever-increasing progress is being made in the fight against HIV/AIDS, especially in treatment and prevention methods, making way for much needed scaled-up efforts to raise awareness, bolster education, eliminate stigma and encourage testing to impede the spread of the disease.
May 18, 2011 by Communications Intern
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