23 October, 2011

The Hunger Project’s Epicentre Strategy unites 10,000 to 15,000 people in a cluster of villages to create an “epicentre,” or a dynamic center where communities are mobilised for action to meet their basic needs.

This holistic strategy takes them on a path to sustainable self-reliance through four distinct phases over a period of about eight years. During this time, individuals build the confidence to become leaders of their own development and communities come together to unlock a local capacity for change.

At our annual fall event, we released our latest video sharing how the Epicentre Strategy works. Watch it now!