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New Health Centre Opens at Namayumba

29 July, 2014
With support from The Hunger Project, the Namayumba Epicentre is now open and providing medical support to the whole community. Read more >>

Former Victim of Violence works to Empower other Women

10 June, 2014
Saleha received training from The Hunger Project-Bangladesh, and now helps other women and girls. Read More >>

Strengthening support for Indigenous Women at the UN

16 May, 2014
Tarcila Rivera Zea from Chirapaq travelled to New York for the thirteenth session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues at the United Nations. Read More >>



Thinking big in chickens. International Year of Family Farming

15 April, 2014
Since the opening of the Epicentre of The Hunger Project (THP) in Zakpota, Bienvenu’s family farm is thriving. Learn more about how access to finance is economically empowering rural communities in Africa. Read More >>

Safe sanitation is a gender issue: World Water Day

20 March, 2014
World Water Day 2014: Access to clean water widely seen as the challenge of the 21st Century but top-down, service delivery approaches have not produced sustainable results. Read More >>

We need a Gender Revolution to End Hunger and Poverty

04 March, 2014
#GoodRead | As we approach International Women’s Day check out The UN’s Zero Hunger Challenge blog from The Hunger Project’s John Conrood. Read More >>

Get Fit Training/Information Session >> Saturday 15 March

24 February, 2014
Contemplating a ‘Get Fit’ challenge in support of The Hunger Project? Why not join one of Training/Information Sessions throughout the spring months. Next date, Saturday 15 March. Read More >>

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