The 2011 Fall Event and Africa Prize for Leadership for the Sustainable End of Hunger took place in New York City on October 22, 2011. Here, THP-Malawi Country Director, Rowlands Kaotcha, introduces VP for Advancement Betsy Deisroth.
The 2011 Fall Event and Africa Prize for Leadership for the Sustainable End of Hunger took place at a gala in New York City on October 22, 2011. Africa Prize Laureate Florence Chenoweth discusses the urgency of issues surrounding hunger, agriculture and rural women in her acceptance speech.
Tarcila Rivera, Founder and Executive Director of CHIRAPAQ, The Hunger Project's partner organization in Peru, is honored with the Ford Foundation Visionaries Award for her efforts to empower indigenous peoples. Learn more about the award here.
In this independent production by Senegalese filmmakers visiting Hunger Project epicenters, meet some of our partners generating income through the production of dietary supplements for school children, dairy processing and innovative agricultural techniques. Learn more about our work in Senegal.
This short video introduces Gita, a low-caste Hindu in Bangladesh, who is one of 3,000 women leaders trained by The Hunger Project. She has achieved tremendous progress in her village. Gita was a featured speaker at The Hunger Project's 2010 Fall Event in New York - watch her remarks.