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WHAT WE ACHIEVED TOGETHER IN 2016

IN 2016 ALONE, YOU ENABLED THE HUNGER PROJECT TO:

  1. Train 107,283 people through our Women’s Empowerment Program in Africa.
  2. Reach 141,874 people in Bangladesh about the negative impacts of child marriage to stop this harmful, traditional practice that keeps girls out of school.
  3. Support 14,065 elected women in India to join forces as effective, respected leaders who bring education, healthcare and sanitation in their villages.
  4. Vaccinate 162,038 children against deadly but entirely preventable diseases.
  5. Train 91,817 people in HIV and gender inequality-related issues in Africa, to prevent the spread of HIV, encourage people to get tested and treated, and eradicate the stigma attached to it.
  6. Train 59,023 women and men to feed themselves and their families more nutritious food.
  7. Have 4 Australian-funded Epicentres achieve their targets for self-reliance. These Epicentre communities are: Kiruhura in Uganda, Champiti and Ligowe in Malawi, and Ndereppe in Senegal.