In March 2008, Jill Lester traveled to India, the country of The Hunger Project's first program, to meet many of our colleagues and partners and see first-hand the inspirational work we do on the ground.
Mexico's poverty is concentrated in its rural villages where the only hope to get ahead is to migrate to the US and send money home. The Hunger Project envisons the creation of another future: economically vibrant rural communities that express Mexico's rich cultural heritage.
Radhia Adivasi is the sarpanch (village governing council chairperson) at the Chak Dehi village. She is a tribal woman, which means she faces all the marginalization and exclusion that Dalits, also known as untouchables, experience.
At the 9th Animator Reunion in Bangladesh, 15,000 volunteer animators from various regions of the country reaffirmed their pledge to help transform Bangladesh to an ideal state free from hunger, injustice, and corruption.
This report covers the achievements and lessons learned from the first half of Year Two of the Robertson Challenge - a five year commitment to demonstrate that the successful Epicenter Strategy of The Hunger Project can be taken to national scale through an initial exercise in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
The capacity-full wide and vaulted auditorium of Gonoshastho Kendra (Centre for People's Health Care) reverberated with a thousand jubilant young voices as the twelfth annual conference of Youth Ending Hunger got off to a vibrant start.
From December 6th – 17th, Dr. Fitigu Tadesse, Vice President for Africa, and Amrote Abdella, Senior Program Officer for AWFFI travel to Senegal to monitor the progress of programs being implemented by The Hunger Project-Senegal.