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18-year-old Student Raises Capital for Education and Trading


Noélie is an 18- year-old old student at the Kissamey Epicenter in Benin. On the verge of dropping out of school, Noélie discovered new energy at THP-Benin's youth mobilization initiative for the achievement of the MDGs. She is now able to get financially ready for entering school and continuing her trade activities.


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The Washington Weekly - June 15, 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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Every Child Deserves a Fifth Birthday


This week, a high-level forum is gathering in Washington, DC for the Child Survival Call to Action with the goal to mobilize the world to end preventable child deaths. More than 7 million children will die this year before they reach their fifth birthday. On June 14, The Hunger Project joined dozens of other civil society organizations in a pledge committing to child survival.

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FAO's 100 Facts You Should Know Before Rio

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Rio+20 kicks off in less than two weeks, on June 20. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations wants you to be ready -- and paying attention. Don't miss these 100 crucial facts explaining the link between people, food and the environment.

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Re-Prioritization of Unions for THP-Bangladesh in 2012

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Increased involvement in gender-focused activities from staff and volunteers has led to a re-prioritization of 300 unions and specific focus on 80 unions for THP-Bangladesh in 2012-2015.

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Improved Data Collection System Implemented by THP-Mexico in 2012


The improvement of the data collection system implemented by THP-Mexico has led to an increase in women's involvement in Cooperative General Assembly meetings and workshops regarding vegetable gardens and textile handcraft markets in 2012. 

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Epicenter Advancements and HIV/AIDS Program Expansion by THP-Malawi in 2012

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Updates from THP-Malawi programs, including epicenter completions and advancements, and the expansion of Antiretroviral Therapy to children in 2012.

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Strengthening Elected Women Representatives with THP-India in 2012


With the successful completion of SWEEP, elected women representatives have taken the lead as mentors, facilitators, and political leaders, heading campaigns to raise awareness of malnutrition in India in April 2012.

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Namayumba Epicenter Construction by THP-Uganda in 2012

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Updates from THP programs in Uganda, including the commencement of Namayumba Epicenter construction, the improvement of performance at epicenter nursery schools, and the creation of innovative income-generating activities in 2012.

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Scale-Up and New Epicenters in Benin


Updates from Hunger Project programs in Benin, including the improvement of epicenters with the support of the Dutch financial investor group Kataklé, the training of  elected representatives of rural banks, and the commencement in both health and children’s education programs at Daringa Epicenter.

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