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Trained Indigenous Reporter Runs for Senate in Bolivia

Nelida Smith is a trained people's reporter and has taken leadership workshop through our partner organization in Bolivia, ACLO. She says, "In political matters, I could not contribute anything before, but now I feel able to contribute from my experience. I can take more informed positions in public spaces and have a responsibility and commitment to serve others." Read More

Vera Bradley Pledges Support from Market Tote Sales to THP

The luggage and accessories company, Vera Bradley, has pledged US$10,000 from sales of their exclusive, new, reusable Market Tote bags... Read More

Oprah’s Angel Network Grant Supports Grassroots Development in Uganda

Oprah’s Angel Network has awarded a US$50,000 grant to The Hunger Project (THP) to enhance the organization’s community mobilization and... Read More

A Quechua Woman Leading by Inspiration and Clear Vision

Lola Bellido's rise as a community leader began with developing her own core self-esteem. Now, she helps other women cultivate their own leadership. Read More

Bolivia: Increasing Indigenous Leadership, Government Ties and Media Outreach

ACLO has focused its efforts on training rural villagers and indigenous people in leadership, public advocacy and education, with special training courses for women. Ties with government have been strengthened in order to continue to build and promote training programs. Read More