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Nutrition Blog post

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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IWD Recap

Bangladesh and India Call For Gender Equality: International Women’s Day Recap

The Hunger Project’s program partners celebrated International Women’s Day in a variety of ways–from participating in rallies to hosting events focused on women’s rights and empowerment.

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Symon UN Award

CEO of Sovereign and Hunger Project Partner Wins UN Award for Leadership

Symon Brewis-Weston, CEO of Sovereign, received the UN Award for Leadership–one of only five CEOs around the world to be recognized for his progressive approach to workplace diversity and community engagement.

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President of Ghana, H.E. John Dramani Mahama.

Hunger Project President and CEO Meets with Presidents of Ghana and Benin

President and CEO, Åsa Skogström Feldt, recently traveled to Ghana where she met both the President and Vice President of Ghana.

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