Malawi

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With an estimated population of 16.3 million people, Malawi is a land-locked country in southern Africa. Malawi faces several social problems including poverty, where 90 percent of the population lives under US$2 a day, and a high HIV/AIDS infection rate. The Hunger Project has been working in Malawi since 1999 and is currently reaching partners in Malawi in eight epicenter communities that include about 190 villages.

 

Malawi News

German Ambassador Visits Champiti Epicenter in Malawi

German Ambassador Visits Champiti Epicenter in Malawi

Ambassador of Germany to Malawi, Dr. Peter Woeste, saw firsthand the impact of The Hunger Project’s Epicenter Strategy on his trip to Champiti Epicenter in Malawi on December 4, 2013. 

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Bringing It All Back Home: Reflecting on Program Data with Community Partners in Ghana

Bringing It All Back Home: Reflecting on Program Data with Community Partners in Ghana

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.

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World AIDS Day 2013

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As we celebrate World AIDS Day on December 1, see how our Partner Countries in Africa are taking steps to put an end to the spread of HIV/AIDS in their communities and thriving with and without HIV.

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