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THP-India Honors Journalists for Reporting on Women's Leadership

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The Hunger Project-India hosted its 12th Sarojini Naidu Prize ceremony in New Delhi on October 1. The Sarojini Naidu Prize annually honors three outstanding journalists for reporting on the breakthroughs and success stories of women's leadership in local government throughout India.

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Now Available: 2011 Annual Report

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The 2011 report provides highlights of our work implementing bottom-up, gender-focused integrated rural development strategies to end chronic hunger and extreme poverty in more than 8,700 villages across 12 countries in Africa, South Asia and Latin America.

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The Hunger Project Featured on Online Philanthropic Library

The Hunger Project is proud to be featured in the Giving Library, a new online library created by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation to help philanthropists make informed and impactful decisions with respect to giving. An overview and long-format video interview with The Hunger Project model an in-depth exchange between a donor and a nonprofit organization in a traditional, face-to-face meeting.

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The Washington Weekly - August 28, 2012

The Hunger Project's Executive VP, John Coonrod, has moved from New York City to Washington, DC to strengthen THP's seat at the table of international development. Each week, John sends us insight into issues of health, policy, human rights and more by way of the Washington Weekly.

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The Hunger Project on Pinterest

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We at The Hunger Project are always working on new and creative ways to engage with you, our investors and activists -- that's why you can find us on Pinterest! Pinterest is a virtual pinboard where people and organizations gather and share pictures, videos and articles from around the web. Our "pin boards" include inspiring stories of women's empowerment, the latest development news and even a running list of what we're reading! Join and share your pins with us!

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The Washington Weekly - August 20, 2012

The Hunger Project's Executive VP, John Coonrod, has moved from New York City to Washington, DC to strengthen THP's seat at the table of international development. Each week, John sends us insight into issues of health, policy, human rights and more by way of the Washington Weekly.

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Roadmap for Continued U.S. Leadership to End Global Hunger

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The Hunger Project joins 50 other organizations in supporting the recommendations laid out in the new Roadmap for Continued U.S. Leadership to End Global Hunger and in urging the U.S. government to continue to invest in a comprehensive approach to end global hunger and malnutrition.

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UK Steps Up Development Conversations

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“In a way, it is so simple – healthy, empowered women mean healthy, strong families mean healthy, strong children mean healthy strong countries. It is as simple and straightforward as that.” David Cameron, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, opened the London Summit on Family Planning – cosponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and UK Aid – earlier this month. Next up in the UK: a Hunger Summit on August 12, 2012.

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The Washington Weekly - July 24, 2012

The Hunger Project's Executive VP, John Coonrod, has moved from New York City to Washington, DC to strengthen THP's seat at the table of international development. Each week, John sends us insight into issues of health, policy, human rights and more by way of the Washington Weekly.

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Workshop for Ghanaian Journalists to Promote Women in Politics

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Last week in Kumasi, Ghana, Country Director for The Hunger Project-Ghana, Dr. Naana Agyemang-Mensah, facilitated a workshop for Ghanaian journalists designed to promote women’s participation in local and national politics. Dr. Naana appealed to the journalists to use media to rally the nation to combat socio-economic, cultural and religious practices that marginalize women and keep them from taking part in government. 

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