Meet Our Partners

Improving Health Care and Health Education

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Mr. Azarias Guilambo is a trained animator with The Hunger Project-Mozambique, and leads health-focused Vision, Commitment and Action Workshops in his community of Manhiça.

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Businesswoman Provides School Fees and Healthy Meals for Her Family

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Nansamba, a model in her village, works in advising other women on how to manage and market their produce. She was trained at her epicenter as an animator and attributes most of her success to THP's Vision, Commitment and Action Workshops that "opened her eyes" at a time of personal resignation.

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Entrepreneur in Malawi Earns $8,000 in Revenue Through Her Farm

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Mrs. Florence Chitsonga participated in The Hunger Project-Malawi's Microfinance Program, building and sustaining an incredibly successful pig and maize farm. With her first loan, she bought three pigs, and now, Florence earns an average income of US $7.20 per day in a country where nearly 40 percent of the population lives on less than a dollar a day.

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Asir Uddin and Hasi Khan, Husband and Wife Leadership Team in Bangladesh

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Asir Uddin and Hasi Khan are a husband-wife team brought together by a common commitment to the vision of a self-reliant Bangladesh. They are dedicated to working with grassroots villagers and empowering them to become the agents of their own development. They support each other every day in this effort.

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Women's Empowerment Program Leader Trains 400 Women and Directs Community Radio

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Mrs. Marième Harouna Ba has been an influential community leader for over ten years. When the post for director of the community radio station became vacant, Marième knew that she could compete for the position against two men, despite the fact that the radio had never been led by a woman. Marième states that it was her experiences with THP-Senegal that motivated her to seek out the position.

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Microfinance Program Allows for a World of Opportunities

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Yabre Belemgnegre, from the Vowogdo Epicenter in Burkina Faso, disuccess the impact of the Microfinance Program on her life and on the lives of the women in her community.

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University Student Working to Educate Children

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Meher Nazmun, known as Tisha, works with The Hunger Project-Bangladesh and the Youth Ending Hunger unit at her university to educate the impoverished families and children of her community. "Since becoming a youth leader, I have learnt a lot about life, a lot about social responsibility, and a lot about the importance of setting an example for others," says Tisha.

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Determined Elected Woman Improves Education and Sanitation in Her Community

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Raja Mari is president of her village council. "Participating in The Hunger Project's Women's Leadership Workshop gave me self-confidence, motivation and courage," she says. During her three years in office Raja has focused primarly on education and sanitation.

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Access to Microfinance and Training Increases Farmer's Harvest from 6 kg to 3,000 kg

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Theresa Sekyere, a farmer in Ghana, explains that through The Hunger Project's Microfinance Program and other training, she increased the size of her farm, and is now able to pay her children's school fees.

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Reclaiming Indigenous Power

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Clelia Regina Rivero works with Chirapaq, The Hunger Project's partner organization in Peru, to reclaim the rights and language of indigenous peoples in Peru.

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