A new UN report calls for an ‘SDG push’ to compensate for lost development progress during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On May 28, 2021, we mark the 10th Anniversary of World Hunger Day. This year, we draw attention to the reality that more people are living in or at risk of experiencing chronic hunger than ever before, in large part due to COVID-19.
As COVID cases across India rise to devastating levels, we stand in solidarity with our community partners and staff who are on the frontlines of this human crisis.
Adebar fights her own child marriage and pursues an education in rural Ethiopia through the Her Choice program.
Each March, the world comes together in conversation to elevate the voices of women. This year, we highlighted the realities of women living through the pandemic.
For more than 20 years, THP-Uganda has made eco-farming and sustainable livelihoods a reality for thousands of people, marking a significant step towards a sustainable end to hunger.
The Hunger Project and global thought leaders engage in a timely discussion with Wayout International on the new era of synergy between technology and humanity.
Anju Moyna, a long-time volunteer community leader, was determined to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in her district.
As lockdowns went into place in Uganda in 2020, local leader Aisha worked to ensure that women in her community had access to family planning services.
When the pandemic began, Liliana Martinez worked to translate critical information into her native language of Mazateca.
Read our recommendations for how governments, donor agencies and implementers can improve the mobilization of women for transformational change.
Dwerebease Epicenter in Ghana transitions out of its partnership with THP, building on more than 10 years of community-led progress.
Annual UN Association Global Engagement Summit Rallies International Community Around Development Goals
Members from The Hunger Project team attend the UN Association’s Global Engagement Summit to learn how the UN is elevating community leaders to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Hunger Project hosts a panel to explore how bridging the digital divide can support community-led development initiatives.
This International Women’s Day, we celebrate women leaders across the globe for their leadership in community development, government, and women’s rights advocacy amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
The hunger crisis is directly linked to climate crisis and women play a key role in creating the solutions for both.
Learn more about the work of Elected Women Representatives in India as they confront COVID-19 in their communities.
The Hunger Project is thrilled to announce the appointment of Tim Prewitt as President and CEO.
Beginning November 25, join us for 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence. We are proud to support survivors across our local and global communities.
On World Food Day in 2020, our Global Board of Directors issued a declaration renewing their personal and collective commitment to the end of persistent hunger.
From speaking at the United Nations to op-eds in Reuters, 2021 was a powerful year for Hunger Project thought leaders around the world.
Now more than ever, it’s important to call attention to inequitable access to resources. Invest in the end of hunger this holiday season.
We call for an Inclusive UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) that virtually includes the voices of those most affected by climate change.
On October 16, 2021, the Hunger Project family came together for a hybrid virtual and in-person Fall Event to declare: We are one. See highlights from the evening.
The Hunger Project hosted a panel discussion as part of Climate Week NYC to explore the relationship between hunger and climate change.
World Food Day 2021: Our actions are our future. Better production, better nutrition, a better environment and a better life.
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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.
A new partnership with BLUETOWN, the U.S. Agency for International Development and with support from Microsoft’s Airband Initiative, creates opportunities for women in rural Ghana to be active members of the digital economy.
Girls often have the least access to leadership and decision-making roles, especially in developing countries.
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