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Overview of The Hunger Project

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Journey into the lives of hungry people in Africa, Asia and Latin America - and discover what becomes possible when people are empowered.

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Visit The Hunger Project in Senegal

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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.

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Gita Rani Bormon at the 2010 Fall Event

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Gita, a low-caste Hindu in Bangladesh, 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.

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The Awarding of the Sarojini Naidu Prize at 2010 Fall Event

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Former Mozambican President and Africa Prize Laureate, Joaquim Chissano, along with The Hunger Project Executive Vice President, John Coonrod, presents the 2010 Sarojini Naidu Prize for Best Reporting on Women and Panchayati Raj to three Indian journalists, at "Breaking New Ground: Women Leaders of South Asia" in New York on October 23, 2010.

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Mary Ellen McNish at the 2010 Fall Event

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The Hunger Project's President and CEO delivers the keynote address at the 2010 Fall Event, "Breaking New Ground: Women Leaders of South Asia."

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Amita Devi at the 2010 Fall Event

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Amita Devi, elected president of her panchayat (village council) in one of India's poorest states - is one of 78,000 elected women leaders in India trained by The Hunger Project. Against enormous odds she has achieved tremendous progress in her village. She was a featured speaker at The Hunger Project's 2010 Fall Event in New York.

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Amita Devi: A Woman Leader from Bihar, India

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Amita Devi, elected president of her panchayat (village council) in one of India's poorest states - is one of 78,000 elected women leaders in India trained by The Hunger Project. Against enormous odds she has achieved tremendous progress in her village. She was a featured speaker at The Hunger Project's 2010 Fall Event in New York - watch her remarks.

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Gita Rani Bormon: A Woman Leader from Bangladesh

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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.

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Opening Ceremony of the 2010 Fall Event

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October 23, 2010. Opening ceremony of "Breaking New Ground: Women Leaders of South Asia" with The Hunger Project's Executive Vice President, John Coonrod.

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World Hunger Day. Empowering People. Ending Hunger. January 9, 2011

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Dionne Warwick launches World Hunger Day - Empowering People. Ending Hunger, which will take place on January 9th, 2011 in the UK. The announcement was made from The Apollo Victoria Theatre in London, where a star-studded concert will be given by Dionne Warwick and Friends in support of The Hunger Project on World Hunger Day. For more details or tickets, visit http://www.worldhungerday.org.uk

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