Ghana is rich in natural resources and has one of the strongest emerging economies in Africa. Despite this, most of Ghana's poor live in rural areas without basic services such as health care and clean water. The Hunger Project has been working in Ghana since 1995 and is empowering partners in 49 epicenter communities to end their own hunger and poverty.
At The Hunger Project we believe it is important to remember our primary audience for program Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) data is still the communities where we work. Learn more from the reflections of Emmanuel Avevor and Francis Osei-Mensah, Hunger Project M&E Officers in Ghana, who led Results Dissemination Workshops of a recent Outcome Evaluation Pilot Study to community partners.
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."