During 2011, women and men from rural regions were empowered to ensure the prosperity of their communities through agricultural, educational and nutritional activities and trainings. THP-Mexico leadership provided an integral voice for our rural partners in local and national government forums.
During 2011, more than 18,000 people participated in activities organized by THP-India to promote women's leadership and effective governance. Continued partnerships with organizations such as UN Women led to improved advocacy capacity and programs in the same areas.
During 2011, THP-Senegal’s greatest successes were in the area of literacy – instituting class schedules accommodating of agricultural needs and empowering literacy-specific animators to ensure continuous improvement of education in epicenter communities.
During 2011, successful partnerships with local government brought about a new, fully-staffed and stocked health center, a solar and wind-powered health center, innovative advocacy efforts on local radio, a much needed bridge and much more for THP-Malawi!
During 2011 The Hunger Project-Burkina Faso welcomed a new Country Director, developed health care partnerships with like-minded organizations and explored learning relationships with other THP programs in Africa.