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01 October, 2015
We sustained and grew our vibrant movement of people who know the end of chronic hunger and abject poverty is possible – and that each of us can do something to make it happen >> Read More
The Hunger Project Launches the Movement for Community-Led Development with 18 Leading Organisations
Day of the African Child (DAC) on June16 is a day dedicated to raising awareness about children’s rights and welfare issues. At The Hunger Project we are dedicated to building a world where every woman, man and child leads a healthy, fulfilling life of self-reliance and dignity.
By Rebecca Burgess, Country Director of The Hunger Project UK
Just 20 days into my new role as Country Director of The Hunger Project UK and I was fortunate enough to go to Ghana to meet twenty of my fellow Country Leaders from around the world. Here is the story of my trip…
World Hunger Day (Saturday 28th May) launches in the midst of cost-of-living crisis.
This World Hunger Day, the Ukraine crisis risks tipping up to 1.7 billion people — over one-fifth of humanity — into poverty, destitution and hunger, according to the Global Crisis Response Group on Food, Energy and Finance (GCRG).
Statement on the Impact of Ukraine on Programs. While The Hunger Project does not have active programs in Ukraine, the majority of countries in which we work are experiencing side effects from the food system disruption caused by the conflict.
The Hunger Project UK has named Rebecca Burgess as its next Country Director. Rebecca joined the global charity last week (04/04/22), following leadership roles in the climate and gender sectors.
Photography credits: World Hunger Day – Johannes Ode