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Now I Say What I Have to Say

Mexico Martinez

Patricia Martínez shares how The Hunger Project's trainings in her community in Oaxaca, Mexico empowered her to stand up and express her opinions without fear.

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Reducing Stigma of HIV in Uganda

Uganda Madinah

Lady Madinah recounts how her local epicenter and community in Uganda helped her not only come to terms with her HIV diagnosis, but also empowered her to stand proud and help others. Read her story.

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Elected Indian Women Leader Gains Insight from Australia Visit

India Meena

In May 2013, Murli Meena, who is the village president of Dehlala Gram Panchayat was invited to Australia as a delegate sponsored by THP-Australia. Read about her experience.

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Health Centers Working Alongside Traditional Medicine

Peru Tangoa

Consuleo Inuma Tangoa, a 70-year-old from the indigenous Shawi community, shares her experiences as a midwife and how the new health centers have helped this traditional practice.

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Epicenter Strategy Crucial to Rural Bank Development in Senegal

Senegal Diallo

Yacine Diallo has been a key leader in the THP Epicenter Strategy in Senegal, especially in the microfinance program. Read her story.

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Epicenter Adult Literacy Program Gives Students a Second Chance

Mozambique Filimonecossa

Fátima Filimonecossa, 55, from Mozambique, shares how the epicenter's adult literacy program has helped her achieve something she never thought possible.

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New Technology Training Helps Epicenter Community Achieve Food Security

Burkina Noaga

Dianda Noaga of Boulkon Epicenter in Burkina-Faso shares how several training in new technologies have helped his family save money and stay food secure.

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Safe Drinking Water Alleviates Worry for Epicenter Community

Ethiopia Ledi

Sehari Ledi, a member of Enemore Epicenter in Ethiopia, shares how water projects have provided access to safe drinking water and alleviated the worry and fear that comes with fetching water from the river.

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Literacy Classes Help to Abolish Poverty at Zakpota Epicenter

Benin Clementine

Clémentine, one of the girls who has dropped out of school in Zakpota Epicenter and has instead been involved in literacy classes for three months, shares her experience.

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Listen to Exec VP John Coonrod: Empowering Women at Every Level

John Coonrod on Green Hour Empowering Women at Every Level

Listen to John Coonrod, our Executive Vice President's, interview with the Green Hour, a weekly radio show covering health and sustainability out of Philadelphia, about The Hunger Project's work toward reaching the Millenium Development Goals and beyond.

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