The Hunger Project was a proud sponsor of Women Deliver 2023 in Kigali, Rwanda, which brought together community leaders and global advocates to advance women’s rights.
The Hunger Project is a proud sponsor of WomenDeliver 2023 in Kigali, Rwanda in July and we are hard at work ensuring that our values of equity, self-reliance and dignity are reflected.
The Hunger Project has launched a new era of transformation with the adoption of new Vision and Mission Statements.
Moving out of poverty requires more than a greater income. Local entrepreneurs in Burkina Faso explain why.
May 28 is World Hunger Day! This year, we call attention to the role of sustainable food systems in ending world hunger.
A new initiative promotes peace, stability and conflict resolution in Bangladesh in partnership with the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO).
The Hunger Project brought together experts for the UN’s 67th Commission on the Status of Women to share about closing the gender digital divide in partnership with Microsoft, USAID and Bluetown.
This International Women’s Day, we reflect on the progress forged by women who have made extraordinary contributions to society.
The Epicenter Strategy is a holistic strategy that builds a path to sustainable self-reliance by shifting the power to small scale producers and promoting community-led development.
The Women’s Empowerment Program seeks to support women to build their confidence, realize financial independence and to organize communities to take charge of their own development to reach self-reliance.
Our 2022 thought leadership strategy elevated the voices of people living in hunger into spaces where they have traditionally been excluded.
The Hunger Project hosted experts from around the world to discuss the impact of climate on agriculture and ways to transform the global food systems.
In collaboration with BLUETOWN and Microsoft, the Women’s Meaningful Access Project brings high speed internet access to women in rural Ghana.
Beginning November 25, join us for 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence.
We, at The Hunger Project, call for inclusive, community-led solutions at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP27), including the voices of those most affected by climate change.
On October 15, 2022, Hunger Project activists, investors and staff came together to end hunger at the 2022 Fall Event: The Future is Calling.
Our 2022 Strategic Framework is more than a high-level goal, it’s a framework for a commitment made by our organization to thoughtfully and strategically carry out programming worldwide.
On September 14, 2022, Tim Prewitt, President and CEO of The Hunger Project, spoke about digital equity at the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) Global Summit.
WomenDeliver conferences have become the largest gathering focused on gender equality in the world. With the focus on advancing gender equality and women’s sexual and reproductive rights at the center of the conference, WD2023 will bring together thousands of stakeholders and decision-makers globally, in the three-day forum from July 17th to 20th 2023.
Over 12,000 community members from the Vubwi district in Zambia united on August 25, 2022 to celebrate the opening of the Mlawe Epicenter.
Meet Isabel Duzenta, an inspiring entrepreneur from Mozambique who has shown that with determination and hard work, it is possible to improve one’s living conditions and contribute to the development of the community.
On October 21, 2023 Hunger Project investors, activists, staff and guests came together for a night envisioning A World Without Hunger.
Explore The Hunger Project’s role in global food system transformation. Gain insights through articles, video and podcasts from our experts.
The global food and water systems are at the center of the world’s challenges: poverty, health and environmental degradation. This World Food Day 2023 calls for sustainable solutions so no one is left behind in the mission to end hunger.
On International Day of Rural Women, we celebrate the backbone of our society – empowered rural women who are ending their own hunger.
The gender digital divide keeps girls from accessing education that can dramatically improve the rest of their lives. Learn more about the Digital Generation on International Day of the Girl.
M.S. Swaminathan served as Chair of The Hunger Project’s Global Board from 1995 – 2000. He passed away September 28, 2023.
The Hunger Project-Mexico selected as a grantee of Citi Foundation’s first-ever Global Innovation Challenge
Citi Foundation Global Innovation Challenge will support 500 women and men from three Indigenous communities in Oaxaca and Chiapas, Mexico to establish community-led businesses.
Women in Uganda aim to transform food systems and end hunger in their communities forever through our Epicenter Strategy.
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