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No Internet Connection? No Problem: Collecting Mobile Data in Rural Communities

No Internet Connection? No Problem: Collecting Mobile Data in Rural Communities

Learn how The Hunger Project is using cutting-edge mobile technology in the field to monitor programs, despite lack of internet connection in some of the remote areas of our work.

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Partnerships to Advance Development in San Luis Potosí

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San Luis Potosí community partners are committed to making their community what they want it to be, and they’ve decided such an endeavor cannot be done alone. But they no longer are depending on partnerships as ways to merely receive aid. They are shaping their partnerships themselves, and are on their way to improving the lives of their families and their whole community.

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Mobile Technology for Social Good: Using iFormBuilder for Hunger Project Programs

Mobile Technology for Social Good: Using iFormBuilder for Hunger Project Programs

The Hunger Project is proud to use cutting-edge mobile technology to monitor our programs. The iFormBuilder platform is a multiple-interface software that allows users to create, complete and compile surveys in a variety of settings.

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Green Stoves Improve Health of Community Members in Mexico

Green Stoves Improve Health of Community Members in Mexico

Traditional stoves in the villages where we work in Mexico fill houses with smoke that the whole family breathes in, creating poor health conditions from poor air quality. Read how The Hunger Project-Mexico is partnering with Water for Humans to improve community health and support environmental sustainability.

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Hunger Project Investor PostCode Lottery Visits Kachindamoto Epicenter in Malawi

Hunger Project Investor PostCode Lottery Visits Kachindamoto Epicenter in Malawi

In a great partnership between The Hunger Project-Sweden and The Hunger Project-Malawi, a team of visitors from PostCode Lottery visited Kachindamoto Epicenter in Malawi last month. PostCode Lottery, a lottery designed to raise funds for organizations "who work for a better world," is a key part of The Hunger Project's investor family in Sweden.

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New IPCC Report Sheds Light on the Growing Impacts of Climate Change

New IPCC Report Sheds Light on the Growing Impacts of Climate Change

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) most recent report offers assessments on social and environmental impacts of climate change and sustainable development. 

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#SeeMoreDoBetter: The Hunger Project Featured on InterAction’s New NGO Aid Map

#SeeMoreDoBetter: The Hunger Project Featured on InterAction’s New NGO Aid Map

The Hunger Project is proud to be a part of InterAction’s new NGO Aid Map. The NGO Aid Map aims to make publicly available data on international development and humanitarian response more accessible to everyone.

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Past, Present and Future: New IFPRI Report Frames Past Achievements and New Challenges for a Post-2015 Agenda

Past, Present and Future: New IFPRI Report Frames Past Achievements and New Challenges for a Post-2015 Agenda

The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) recently released its 2013 Global Food Policy Report. The Report outlines recent achievements, goals, and challenges in food policy amidst the impending Post-2015 Agenda.

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A Working Framework for 2030: Sustainable Development Goals

A Working Framework for 2030: Sustainable Development Goals

We are pleased to announce that The UN Open Working Group has released its Draft of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the Post 2015 Agenda. 

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University of Wisconsin-Madison Students Take on Live Below the Line

University of Wisconsin-Madison Students Take on Live Below the Line

Students from the University of Wisconsin-Madison took on the Live Below the Line challenge as part of a take home exam for their Environmental Studies course. 

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