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What You Read in 2011
This year we awarded the prestigious Africa Prize, took part in a resurgence of gender equality in international development discussions and reported on the drought in Africa. See what stories and posts topped your reading lists in 2011.
- THP Celebrates 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day
- Animators Raise Awareness About Dangers of Female Genital Mutilation
- 2011 Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Past Africa Prize Laureate
- Chronic vs Emergency Hunger: Discussing Drought in Horn of Africa
- THP's Young Professionals Committee and Partner Organizations Honor World Food Day!
- The Importance of Microfinance in Africa
- Past Africa Prize Laureate, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Congratulations!
- Today is The Hunger Project's Birthday! Tell us your Hunger Project story!
- Today we honor the philanthropic powers of women!
- 759 million adults lack literacy skills – two-thirds of them are women. See how one of our partners is working to change that.
- Today is Human Rights Day. Stand up for your rights & the rights of all people.
- In #Ghana, 14% of children are underweight. Join us & @ThousandDays in scaling up nutrition efforts.
- CNN: World changes eating habits as food prices soar (June 15, 2011)
- UN Women: Facts and Figures on Rural Women (October 13, 2011)
- Independent Online (IOL): Peru suffers an ‘environmental tragedy’ (December 20, 2011)
December 21, 2011