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Talented Chefs Create $1.50 Recipes For The Hunger Project’s “Live Below the Line” Cookbook

The Hunger Project released the Live Below the Line 2015 Cookbook, which features healthy, complete meals for under $1.50 that have been created by Ikea; FIKA Coffee; Abigail Kirsch Catering; award-winning food blogs and more.

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The Hunger Project-Uganda Implements Global Climate Change Alliance Project

In an effort to increase the resilience of rural populations and cope with climate change, The Hunger-Project Uganda co-launched a Global Climate Change Alliance (GCCA). Check out how this alliance is increasing the resilience of rural populations to protect the planet.

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Protecting and Preserving Our Planet: Earth Day 2015

April 22 is Earth Day! Celebrate with us and learn what we do to protect and preserve our planet.

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The Hunger Project Co-Hosts Multi-Stakeholder Discussion on Nutrition at United Nations

The Hunger Project co-hosted a multi-stakeholder discussion at the United Nation’s Inter-Governmental Negotiations to discuss specific nutrition indicators and their inclusion in the Sustainable Development Goals.

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