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Transformative Leadership in Action

On October 18, 2014, Hunger Project investors, partners, activists and friends gathered in New York to celebrate our Annual Fall Gala. This year’s theme “Rethink World Hunger: Transformative Leadership in Action” invited guests to challenge themselves and the world around them and to experience how leadership can transform entire communities and our world.

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Family Farmer in Mexico - Celebrate World Food Day October 16, 2014

World Food Day 2014: Family Farming

“…Farmers are not just farmers. They’re teachers, stewards, and business women and men who deserve to be recognized — and…

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Indigenous Women in Peru Win Prize for Creativity

Indigenous Organization wins Prize for Women’s Creativity in Rural Life

The Organization of Indigenous Women of Laramate (OMIL) was one of eight laureates selected by the WWSF International Prize Jury…

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Celebrate International Day of the Girl 2014

International Day of the Girl Child is an opportunity for The Hunger Project to raise our collective voice about the rights of girl children so we can put an end to the discrimination that leads to girls eating last and least, being forced into early marriage and dropping out of school.

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This two-hour workshop shares lessons from the most outstanding examples of courageous and effective leadership happening in the remote, rural villages where The Hunger Project works.

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