Senegal: Sustaining Momentum in Self-reliant Epicenters


Update to the Global Board (October 2008). The Hunger Project-Senegal is mobilizing communities where there has been decreased activity for several years. Community members are assuming new roles and are becoming more directly involved in activities.

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Ghana: Scale-Up Program Makes an Impact


Update to the Global Board (October 2008). The Scale-Up Program has seen significant achievements in maize output and epicenter construction.

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Mozambique: Building Entrepreneurs and Focusing on the Environment


Update to the Global Board (October 2008). The Hunger Project-Mozambique focused on projects with tangible impacts for its partners. As a result, partners are starting food processing businesses following Hunger Project trainings. Tree planting projects and water and sanitation projects are well underway.

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Partners Cope with World Food Crisis through Epicenter Strategy


Cathy Burke, Country Director of The Hunger Project-Australia gives a trip update and relays how our partners in Ethiopia are coping with the world food crisis through our Epicenter Strategy.

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June 2008 Newsletter: The World Food Crisis: The Sustainable Solution


Hunger is back on the world’s agenda. The rising cost of nearly every staple food, from wheat and maize to soy and rice, has caused food riots to break out in countries such as Haiti, Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, the Philippines and Indonesia.

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