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Pushing Back Deprivation, Catalyzing Progress

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Srimoti Diti Adash's community was plagued by hunger, poor sanitation and lack of clean water. In 2008 she was mobilized by THP-Bangladesh's animators. Now Srimoti is committed to tackling these issues and others by inspiring self-reliant action in her community.

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Bangladesh Honors Girl Children

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On October 6, 2009, the tenth annual National Girl Child Day was celebrated at more than 700 locations across Bangladesh to take a stand for the end of discrimination against girls. This year's theme was "Let every girl child grow up in a safe and joyful environment."

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Bangladesh Honors Girl Children

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On October 6, 2009, the tenth annual National Girl Child Day was celebrated at more than 700 locations across Bangladesh to take a stand for the end of discrimination against girls. This year's theme was "Let every girl child grow up in a safe and joyful environment."

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Finding New Beginnings with THP in Ethiopia

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Derare Hirpha, a 37-year-old married mother of six is a Jaldu Epicenter Committee member and secretary of the management committee for the Rural Bank. When she was young, she was abducted, forced to marry her abductor and lost all hopes of an education. Thanks to THP, Derare has returned to reading and writing, is learning business management, generating her own income and owns various assets.

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Sarojini Naidu Prize Ceremony Honors Indian Media

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The Hunger Project-India hosted the ninth annual Sarojini Naidu Prize ceremony on October 2, 2009. The Sarojini Naidu Prize annually honors three journalists for outstanding reporting on women in Panchayati Raj (local government). Guests of honor included The Honorable Minister of State for External Affairs, Dr. Shashi Tharoor; social activist Ms. Aruna Roy; and Director General of Doordarshan (India's leading national television network) Ms. Aruna Sharma.

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An Elected Representative in India Charts a New Course for Her Community

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Rami Devi Nai is an elected representative in her village council in India. She notes every action she takes in her log book using drawings. You have the opportunity to match her courage and leadership.

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New Rural Bank in Uganda Inaugurated; Kiringente Epicenter Declared Self-reliant

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The Rural Bank at THP-Uganda's Kiringente Epicenter gained official recognition and was inaugurated at a ceremony on September 10, 2009. Rural Bank recognition marks a very important milestone for our epicenter communities: they are officially declared self-reliant. Kiringente is the fifth epicenter in Uganda, and the nineteenth in Africa, to become self-reliant.

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Sarojini Naidu Prize 2009 Winners Announced

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The Sarojini Naidu Prize is awarded annually to three Indian journalists for exceptional reporting on women in local government. After reviewing 900 entries, the jury has announced this year's winners, who will receive their awards at a ceremony on October 2.

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Art Competition in Bangladesh Honors Girl Children

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About 400 children gathered for an art competition organized by member organizations of the National Girl Child Advocacy Forum, including The Hunger Project, which serves as the secretariat. This year's theme was "Let every girl child grow up in a safe and fun-filled environment."

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THP's 2009 Fall Event to Feature Peter Singer

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We are delighted to announce that The Hunger Project's 2009 Fall Event will feature renowned author and philosopher, Peter Singer. With Prof. Singer's most recent book, The Life You Can Save: Acting Now to End World Poverty, he hopes to change our worldwide culture of giving.

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