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Hunger Project Honors Global President

March 6, 2015

The Hunger Project- Ghana held a grand durbar to honor its global president, Åsa Skogström Feldt. The ceremony was held on Wednesday at Agyapomaa in the East Akim Municipality of the Eastern Region. Traditional leaders of Agyapomaa and its environs, who are beneficiaries of several development projects being carried out by Hunger Project in the region, used the opportunity to pay  tribute to Skogström Feldt for her immense contributions towards the progress of their localities Read the full article on the Daily Guide.

Hunger Project Delegation Confers With Veep

March 4, 2015

Vice-President, Kwesi Amissah-Arthur, investigates the progress Ghana has made toward accomplishing the Millennium Development Goals. He expresses concerns and provides next steps regarding sanitation and applauds The Hunger Project for their work in rural communities. Read the full article on Graphic Online.

Hunger Project Commends Ghana

March 3, 2015

Ms Asa Skogstrom Feldt, President of The Hunger Projec,t has commended Ghana for achieving half of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG's) of reducing hunger and poverty ahead of the 2015 deadline. Read the full article on Modern Ghana.

Veep Calls For Collaboration Between Ghana And The Hunger Project To Ensure Food Security

March 3, 2015

The Vice President, Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has commended The Hunger Project, a global non-governmental organisation, for their communal spirit in helping the economic empowerment drive of people living in the deprived communities. Read the full article on Modern Ghana.

Which Way To A Sustainable Solution?

January 28, 2015

Dr. Badiul Alam Majumdar, The Hunger Project Country Director in Bangladesh, writes that in order achieve sustainable development in Bangladesh, free, fair and competitive elections must take place and the country's political parties need to reach a consensus on three important electoral issues. Read the full article on the Daily Star.