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Human Chain Protests Violence Against Girls in Bangladesh

In December 2012, a Bangladeshi school girl was brutally abused by a group of men who, despite being identified, went unpunished for nearly a month. In protest of the crime and gross negligence by authorities, The Hunger Project-Bangladesh and the National Girl Child Advocacy forum brought more than 400 people together in a human chain in front of the National Press Club.
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Top 10 Trends in Ending Hunger and Poverty in 2012

By John Coonrod, Executive Vice President This year saw a continuation and expansion of many of the positive trends in...
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Ronald McDonald House Charities Partners with The Hunger Project

Over 7 million children will die this year before reaching their fifth birthday — most are from developing countries and...
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THP Launches New Project on Capacity Building for Local Governance Funded by UNDEF

The Hunger Project has launched a new project on “Capacity Building for Local Governance: Cultivating a Global Community of Practice,”...
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Making the Vision Real: Highlights from our Annual Fall Gala

“This is not only about hunger. This is about sustainable social change,” said The Hunger Project’s (THP’s) President & CEO...
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