Joan Holmes' keynote presentation marks the 30th anniversary of The Hunger Project. Since it's inception thirty years ago, The Hunger Project has become a worldwide movement with people in over 33 countries.
The Sarojini Naidu Prize, instituted by The Hunger Project, for best reporting on Women and Panchayati Raj was awarded to three journalists in an inspiring function held at the the Chinmaya Mission in New Delhi on October 2, 2007.
Thousands of local residents join Hunger Project investors, Mozambique's former president, Global Board Member Joaquim Chissano, and Africa Prize Laureate Celina Cossa for the inauguration of the first epicenter in Mozambique.
Sanaz Memarsadeghi, AWFFI Program Officer, reports on a trip to Uganda. Epicenters in Uganda successfully run such programs as the African Woman Food Farmer Initiative (AWFFI) and the Strategic Planning in Action (SPIA) microfinance programs.