Stories of Success
David Podiagué from Burkina Faso is a 33-year-old licensed nurse who has been working with the Center of Health and…
Dado dropped out of school at grade seven to take care of her five nephews after her brother passed away. Now an epicenter leader, she vows to combat poverty in her community.
After expanding her business, Laurinda has taken on the challenges in her community and put herself in the position to empower others.
Hadijja is proof that when women are given the resources, tools and information, they can thrive and become key change agents of change benefiting society.
Koushalya is an elected representative in her village, and has found a solution to ensure food security in her community by offering a room in her house to distribute rice to those unable to travel to the distribution center.
After receiving a certificate in functional literacy Ndeye Ndiaye started her own business and is working to empower women in her community.
Before becoming an active member of The Hunger Project-Ghana, Madam Faustina Poku struggled to make ends meet for herself and her six children. After training in agriculture and acquiring microfinance, Faustina can provide for her children and send them to school.
With training from The Hunger Project-Benin, the women of the Wawata Epicenter in Benin created a thriving business.
Mercedes has transformed from being unsure of herself, to a woman shining in the forefront
Alifa is the mother of the first born child in at Majete Epicenter of Malawi.