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THP-Ethiopia Inaugurates Savings and Credit Cooperative

THP-Ethiopia Celebrates IWD

The Hunger Project-Ethiopia focused 2014’s International Women’s Day on gender equality in savings and credit as part of the UN’s theme of “equality for women is progress for all.” The day was celebrated with an inauguration of Fetan Lewet, the Machakel Epicenter Savings and Credit Cooperative (SACCO).

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Connecting Girls, Inspiring Change: International Women’s Day in Bangladesh

Connecting Girls, Inspiring Change: International Women’s Day in Bangladesh

The British Council and National Girl Child Advocacy Forum, of which The Hunger Project is a part, hosted a discussion session called "Connecting Girls, Inspiring Change" on Saturday, March 22, 2014 at the Senate Bhaban, University of Dhaka to celebrate International Women’s Day.

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Successful Partnership Improves Safety and Soil Quality in Ethiopia

Successful Partnership Improves Safety, Soil Quality in Ethiopia

After a large gully became a safety issue and livelihood threat for 25 households in a sub-village of Machakel Epicenter in Ethiopia, The Hunger Project joined with the District Agricultural Office and local farmers to address the issue in partnership.

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Bringing It All Back Home: Reflecting on Program Data with Community Partners in Ghana

Bringing It All Back Home: Reflecting on Program Data with Community Partners in Ghana

At The Hunger Project we believe it is important to remember our primary audience for program Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) data is still the communities where we work.  Learn more from the reflections of Emmanuel Avevor and Francis Osei-Mensah, Hunger Project M&E Officers in Ghana, who led Results Dissemination Workshops of a recent Outcome Evaluation Pilot Study to community partners.

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Celebrate International Women's Day 2014

Celebrate International Women's Day 2014

Join The Hunger Project in celebrating International Women's Day on Saturday, March 8, 2014. The 2014 theme for International Women’s Day is: Equality for women is progress for all. See what the facts about gender discrimination worldwide show and how to get involved in this movement.

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“I Will Work Hard to Not Fear Anything Anymore and Have Strength to Go On"

“I Will Work Hard to Not Fear Anything Anymore and Have Strength to Go On"

Learn more about 18-year-old Hunger Project catalyst Ricarda's journey toward confidence and empowerment through "The Sun of the Butterflies" project in Mexico.

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Empowering Women in Africa to Generate Their Own Household Income

Empowering Women in Africa to GenerateTheir Own Household Income

Meet Matilda Aba Tibua, a married woman with four children, who is now helping to support her home after participating in The Hunger Project's Vision, Commitment and Action and food security workshops. She shared, "The Hunger Project brought some confidence into my life that I can do better than I am doing now."

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Creating Safe Environments for Mothers-to-Be in Senegal

Creating Safe Environments for Mothers-To-Be in Senegal

Ms. Marie Cecilia Diam, a Health and Nutrition Officer, is one of the many animators working to create healthy environments for mothers-to-be in Senegal.

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"I Commit Myself to Continuing to Mobilize the Co-residents of the Village"

"I Commit Myself to Continuing to Mobilize the Co-residents of the Village"

Thanks to trainings at her epicenter, THP animator Argentina Paulo Cossa produces mobile stoves that use less firewood, and plans to open a handcraft workshop to produce other pottery products in addition to the stoves.

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"My Soul Sings A Different Beat" By Fiona Anchal

My Soul Sings A Different Beat

Fiona Anchal writes about her journey to India with The Hunger Project and Business Chicks, a professional network in Australia that connects businesswomen through their online member community. Learn why Fiona's soul now sings a different beat.

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