Stories of Success

With a Microfinance Loan, Guiré is Able to Grow her Restaurant

With a microfinance loan, Guiré Salimata was able to grow her restaurant in Koussago Village in Burkina Faso and improve her family’s health and education.

In Ethiopia, Tsege is empowered to succeed and thrive as a single mother and farmer

Tsege Searko, a single mother in Ethiopia, was empowered after attending training and workshops to transform her small farm and help her family thrive.

Apurbo Changes His Life Through Training

Apurbo changed his life by attending training sessions and work shops. Today, he is self-employed and thriving, and giving back to his community.

In Ghana, Victoria Adjemin Is an Active Change Agent in Her Community

Victoria Adjemin, from Atuobikrom Epicenter in Ghana, established her own shop through the epicenter Women’s Empowerment Program. Now, she is able to provide adequate support to her children’s health and education. Read her inspiring story.

In Ghana, Alesia Bua Shares the Many Lessons She has Learned about Self-Reliance

Alesia Bua, 32, of Aweregya Community under the Nsuta-Aweregya Epicenter, in Ghana, joined The Hunger Project after seeing how it had supported the building of a school and clinic as well as facilitated educational workshops for community members.

Elizabeth from Malawi has Become an Independent Business Woman

Elizabeth Chimombo, a 63-year-old widow who lives near Champiti Epicenter in Malawi, is the picture of an empowered business woman…

Amina Kasim Has Attained Financial Independence and Self-Confidence

Amina Kasim, a member and shareholder of the Atuobikrom Epicenter Microfinance Program Credit Committee in Ghana, gains financial independence and self-confidence through microfinance and business.

In Peru, Maria Rises Out of Struggle and Inspires Others To Follow in Her Footsteps

Maria began knitting clothing and selling artisanal products in order to support her children’s’ health and education. After a few years, the district mayor invited Maria to participate in a contest with her products. She won a cash reward, which inspired her to keep working passionately.

In Ghana, Rita Teaches Family Planning and Helps Reduce Teen Pregnancy

Rita Korley joined The Hunger Project-Ghana as an animator trainee in 2007. Since completing the training, she has been educating her community on topics such as forced marriage, child labor and domestic violence.

Through Numerous Initiatives, Djiby Exhibits the Dedication Required to Bring Sustainable Development to Senegal

Through his numerous, widespread initiatives, Djiby exhibits the dedication required to bring holistic, sustainable growth to the communities surrounding Mpal Epicenter.