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World Water Day 2017

Every year, on March 22, we celebrate World Water Day by raising awareness about water-related issues and inspiring people to take action and make a difference. Water is fundamentally important to human survival and inextricably linked with the health of the environment and the economy. Despite its importance, over 80% of wastewater generated by society…

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A message from our CEO, Melanie Noden

“It feels as if my life has been rescued and the darkest times are far behind me.” – Tsege Searko, Ethiopia used a microfinance loan and skills training from The Hunger Project to create a flourishing farm.  Approximately 70% of the world’s hungry are women – and we firmly believe that empowering these women as key change…

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International Women’s Day: Women in the Changing World of Work

“It is in this generation’s reach to transform gender relations, to empower women and girls, and humanity as a whole.” – Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, UN Women Executive Director   Along with millions of people around the globe, The Hunger Project will celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8, a day that honors the achievements and calls…

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The Warm Heart of Africa

In an article published in Latte Magazine, Lucy Cheek has shared her experience on the Business Chicks Leadership Immersion trip to Malawi late last year. To read the full article, click here. To learn more about The Business Chicks Leadership Immersion Program, click here.  

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PREVENTING THE SPREAD OF MALARIA, TUBERCULOSIS AND HIV/AIDS IN SENEGAL

The Hunger Project-Senegal is proud to report the successful conclusion of another year’s participation in the IntraHealth malaria program. In the last year, trained extension workers with partner community-based organizations (CBOs) reached 17,000 individuals through 870 discussions on malaria. Additional program successes included several hundred discussions at community events to raise awareness of tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS;…

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Announcing the second round of bidding for A Table To End Hunger

We are thrilled to announce that we have launched a second round of bidding for A Table To End Hunger. The restaurants participating in the second round include: The Bucket List, Bondi (NSW)  Machiavelli (NSW)  Longtime (QLD) Fratelli Paradiso (NSW) Bodega 1904 (NSW) Brasserie Gavroche (Singapore) – international Porteno (NSW) Bib & Tucker (WA) China…

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A Table To End Hunger in the Media!

A Table To End Hunger bidding closes this Thursday, 2nd of February! If you haven’t bid on your favourite restaurant yet, now is the time to do so. Click here to bid now! All reservations are for Valentine’s Day (14 Feb) and include a meal for two and a bottle of wine. Treat your loved one to…

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A Table To End Hunger… BIDDING HAS OPENED!

A Table To End Hunger is back for Valentine’s Day, 14 February 2017! Bidding opened today and closes at midday on Thursday 2 February. This year, we are partnering with over 65 of the most sought-after restaurants nationally and internationally, that have put aside a table reservation on Valentine’s Day especially for us. Via A…

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Stories from a day in Uganda

Mark La Brooy was one of the participants on the 2030 Leaders Program. He has shared some stories from his trip. “Anne was the first lady we met. She was a mix of sadness and fear but with a glimmer of hope. Anne and her husband like many in Uganda are subsistence farmers, who rely…

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