There is a global effort to transform our food systems to ensure healthy, nutritious food for all.
The Hunger Project is amplifying the lessons we’ve learned about creating sustainable, local food systems in partnership with communities in this global conversation.
Read the latest press and catch our team from around globe speaking on this hot topic throughout the fall:
Insights from Malin Flemström, Country Director, The Hunger Project-Sweden, about what it will take to transform our food systems.
Meet Hunger Project participants Stella, Hadija and Aminata, who are leading the transformation of their communities.
A republication of a blog post by Tim Prewitt, President and CEO, that outlines how community-level food systems can be strengthened.
Advice from Tim Prewitt about where agricultural research and development investment should be directed and why.
4 articles about The Hunger Project’s work in Malawi and Ethiopia, including an interview with Rowlands Kaotcha, Global Vice President and Director for Africa and Mexico.
Key takeaways from THP-Sweden’s October workshop with experts about the changes needed to improve our global food systems
Rowlands Kaotcha, Global Vice President and Director for Africa and Mexico, speaks about why World Food Day is important to The Hunger Project.
Irene Naikaali, Country Director, THP-Uganda shares about why agriculture and climate change are so connected and how The Hunger Project is supporting communities throughout Africa to strengthen their climate resilience.
Canadian Senator Rob Black commends The Hunger Project on our work in Canada and around the world.
Rowlands Kaotcha speaks about the global crises driving hunger and steps we can take to transform the food system
Gerald Kato, THP-Uganda and Right2Grow Consortium Coordinator, speaks to Ugandan press about the importance of policy around food storage.
Listen to Tim Prewitt, President and CEO, talk about how community-led development and localizing food systems can create a world without hunger.