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What I've Learned From Using Organic Manure

What I've learned from using organic manure

"New agricultural practices have enabled our community to increase agricultural production and improve our food security." Read one man's experience with The Hunger Project's agricultural programs.

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“I Will Work Hard to Not Fear Anything Anymore and Have Strength to Go On"

“I Will Work Hard to Not Fear Anything Anymore and Have Strength to Go On"

Learn more about 18-year-old Hunger Project catalyst Ricarda's journey toward confidence and empowerment through "The Sun of the Butterflies" project in Mexico.

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"I Commit Myself to Continuing to Mobilize the Co-residents of the Village"

"I Commit Myself to Continuing to Mobilize the Co-residents of the Village"

Thanks to trainings at her epicenter, THP animator Argentina Paulo Cossa produces mobile stoves that use less firewood, and plans to open a handcraft workshop to produce other pottery products in addition to the stoves.

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Creating Safe Environments for Mothers-to-Be in Senegal

Creating Safe Environments for Mothers-To-Be in Senegal

Ms. Marie Cecilia Diam, a Health and Nutrition Officer, is one of the many animators working to create healthy environments for mothers-to-be in Senegal.

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Empowering Women in Africa to Generate Their Own Household Income

Empowering Women in Africa to GenerateTheir Own Household Income

Meet Matilda Aba Tibua, a married woman with four children, who is now helping to support her home after participating in The Hunger Project's Vision, Commitment and Action and food security workshops. She shared, "The Hunger Project brought some confidence into my life that I can do better than I am doing now."

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"Every Woman Must be Mentally and Financially Self-reliant"

Elected Women Leaders Pioneering Social Development in Bangladesh

Anjuman, after being married at age 12, is now an elected woman representative in Bangladesh. She recounts how Hunger Project trainings helped her unleash her creativity and contribute to her family, society and country. 

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Now I Say What I Have to Say

Mexico Martinez

Patricia Martínez shares how The Hunger Project's trainings in her community in Oaxaca, Mexico empowered her to stand up and express her opinions without fear.

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Reducing Stigma of HIV in Uganda

Uganda Madinah

Lady Madinah recounts how her local epicenter and community in Uganda helped her not only come to terms with her HIV diagnosis, but also empowered her to stand proud and help others. Read her story.

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Health Centers Working Alongside Traditional Medicine

Peru Tangoa

Consuleo Inuma Tangoa, a 70-year-old from the indigenous Shawi community, shares her experiences as a midwife and how the new health centers have helped this traditional practice.

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Elected Indian Women Leader Gains Insight from Australia Visit

India Meena

In May 2013, Murli Meena, who is the village president of Dehlala Gram Panchayat was invited to Australia as a delegate sponsored by THP-Australia. Read about her experience.

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