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The Washington Weekly - November 13, 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. This week: Will Obama's legacy be ending world hunger? Urgent action item: responsible agricultural investments. Monitoring and evaluation makes headlines.

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THP Launches New Project on Capacity Building for Local Governance Funded by UNDEF

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The Hunger Project has launched a new project on "Capacity Building for Local Governance: Cultivating a Global Community of Practice," funded by The United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF). Through the project, we seek to make strengthening inclusive, participatory grassroots democracy – particularly for women and marginalized populations – a higher priority on the international development agenda and in country-led strategies to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

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Youth Activists Get Creative with Internet Giving

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Students Zach Kimberg and Dan Silver use skills from a high school web design club to build a website promoting social responsibility called Ads4Charity that allows internet users to invest in charities without spending a dime. Learn how!

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High School Seniors Share the “Love” with The Hunger Project

Pueblo High School Students Take Action Against Hunger With Tennis!

With their fundraising tennis tournament titled “Love-All,” a group of high school seniors in Pueblo, Colorado raised nearly $500 for the sustainable end of hunger!

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The Washington Weekly - November 5, 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 Washington Weekly - October 30, 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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Making the Vision Real: Highlights from our Annual Fall Gala

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“This is not only about hunger. This is about sustainable social change,” said THP’s President & CEO Mary Ellen McNish during her keynote address at THP’s Annual Fall Gala on Saturday, October 13 under the theme: Making the Vision Real. The evening, attended by 500+ investors and friends from more than 20 countries around the world, featured four speakers who are on the frontlines of ending hunger and working to implement THP’s strategies in our program countries.

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Limited Edition Hunger Project T-Shirt!

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You want a world without hunger, poverty or gender-discrimination. You know that sustainable solutions come from the innovation of grassroots leaders. Let the world know that you believe in this brighter future with a LIMITED EDITION Hunger Project t-shirt. Brought to you by SelflessTee -- for two weeks ONLY! 

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Hot Off the Press: International Day of the Girl Infographic!

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Join The Hunger Project in celebrating the first International Day of the Girl on October 11, 2012. We are thrilled with the United Nations' recognition of this important day to raise awareness about the rights of girl children. Learn more and spread the word using our brand new infographic!

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World Food Day 2012: Focus on Cooperatives

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The theme for this year’s World Food Day (October 16) is “Agricultural cooperatives ― key to feeding the world.” Cooperatives provide over 100 million jobs around the world, 20 percent more than multinational enterprises. Cooperatives become forums where members can voice and address common concerns and make decisions to take collective action on issues from education to clean water to family planning and business management. 

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