There is an African proverb: “If you want to go fast, go alone; if you want to go far, go together.” We know we’re stronger when we partner with corporates and businesses that want to grow and do good.
Imagine taking your team to listen, learn and thrive by seeing our work firsthand in one of our program countries. Seeing the world through a different lens has helped teams from Commonwealth Bank and Decjuba excel and perform better.
One of the most incredible gifts you can leave is a gift in your will. If your life has been shaped by the values of fairness and equity, this is one truly special way that your legacy, and your story, can live on.
We couldn’t do our vital work without the support of our amazing Investors and Partners. Working together, we are part of a global movement to create a world without hunger.
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Through The Hunger Project, Thomas has been trained in climate-resilient systems. He’s grown turmeric, tomatoes and yams. “I’m a farmer by passion”, he says. Thomas has beautified his small compound with other crops and vegetables. These range from mulberries, spinach, kale and the rare elephant ear plant that grows coiling onto a stick. “When I was young, we used to eat this during periods of food scarcity. You eat just one of these accompanied with a glass of water and you are filled up for a day.” But that’s not all Thomas is planting. The larger part of his garden just behind his house has a banana plantation, sweet potatoes, some coffee and maise crops. “The food we grow, we eat and sell the surplus.”
Photographer: Martin Kharumwa #EndHunger #Uganda #THP
Thank you to everyone who joined us at our event this Wednesday! Our Youth Board did an amazing job hosting a delightful networking and fundraising event in Melbourne. Stay tuned in the coming weeks to uncover the faces behind our team 🌟
Alberta Dowuona, a 30-year-old midwife, is playing a significant role in bringing positive change in Obenyemi, Ghana.
Reflecting on The Hunger Project’s impact in the area, she shares, “Since The Hunger Project came, I’ve witnessed tremendous development here. Personally, it’s been quite a journey. I never envisioned becoming a midwife, but now I’m passionate about being there for pregnant moms. The midwives who mentored me became my inspiration.”
Hey Melbourne’s young minds! Join us at The Ugly Duckling this Wednesday at 5:30 pm, for a dynamic panel of industry pros sharing their journeys in crafting purposeful businesses. Bring your burning questions and get ready to mingle with experts in the field.
Don’t forget that all profit from this event will be donated directly to The Hunger Project, whose goal is to end world hunger 🙌🏿 Find ticket details in our bio!*
*The ticket includes complimentary drinks and a grazing board for all guests. Flexible ticket pricing is also available upon request.
And while Australian parents are counting down the days til school goes back next week, millions of kids around the world aren`t as fortunate as ours.
There`s a huge link between education and poverty and hunger reduction, which is why our programs have a strong focus on keeping kids in schools, removing barriers to their education and lifting adult literacy rates✏️📚