Meet Our Partners

HIV-positive Partner Builds a Home and Provides for Her Family

Elizabeth with her newly built house.

Elizabeth Godia is a 35-year-old widow and one of The Hunger Project's partners in Malawi who is living with HIV and took part in the Microfinance Program. Elizabeth is now independently able to provide for her six children.

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Community Leader Manages an Active and Vibrant Microfinance Group

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Agnes Adjei from Anukpenya, Manstekope Epicenter in Ghana mobilizes her fellow partners to generate income and thrive as a community through the Microfinance Program. "My wish is to be economically self-reliant and to help our economically active poor women to do the same," she says.

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New Businesswoman Generates Income to Provide for Her Family

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Kibe Guta, a 28-year-old woman from Jaldu Epicenter in Ethiopia who participates in THP's Microfinance Program. She now provides food, clothing and school costs for her children. “Today, I raise my head up with confidence and can exemplify the result of hard work," she says.

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Honoring Women Philanthropists


On this 100th anniversary of International Women's Day, The Hunger Project would like to honor all of the women in our investor family, who are standing in partnership with their sisters around the world. Some of them have shared their thoughts with us on what their participation means to them.

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Wife and Husband Realize Full Potential of Vision, Commitment and Action Workshops


Mr. and Mrs. Mugerwa have used trainings at their epicenter in Uganda to develop a thriving family business, build a home with an underground well and send their children to school.

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Breaking Down Traditional Obstacles


Las Esperanzas is an all-women group that manages a chicken farming income-generating project with support through THP-Mexico's partnership with SEDESOL, the Mexican Social Development Ministry. After facing many obstacles, they have accessed land, obtained equipment and supplies, and participated in skills trainings. They are now producing 1,000 eggs per day.

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Women Cultivate and Process Organic Hibiscus in Senegal


A pilot project to train women to cultivate and process organic hibiscus (Bio Bissap) was so successful that the program has been scaled up to now include 12 villages with 563 women, who now plow and maintain a combined total of 21 hectares.

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Poultry Farming Made Possible Through Microfinance Program


Profits from his poultry farm help Mr. Romain Awoictha of Benin to care for his children and his wife. "I am proud that my farm serves as an example during the training of new poultry farmers," he says.

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Training and Microfinance Fund a Farm and Build a Dream Home


Askale of The Hunger Project-Ethiopia turned to hard labor to provide for her children when her husband died. Now, with help from the Microfinance Program, she has her own profitable farm and a home she's always wanted.

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Reducing Child Marriage and Domestic Violence


Bangaldeshi community leader, Gita Rani Bormon, unites women in her community in an effort to reduce child marriages and violence against women.

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