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Meet the 27 year old fashion designer and entrepreneur from Ghana

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Abigail Tei is a 27-year-old entrepreneur from Boti in the eastern region of Ghana. Abigail is a local fashion designer and also the producer of a local soft drink made from hibiscus plant called Sobolo. Abigail started her business after she received a microfinance loan from The Hunger Project. She now currently employs 5 people…

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5 things Tim discovered in Malawi

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This is not the usual blog post you see here on The Hunger Project Australia’s website. I’m writing to share with you what I learned in the village classroom in Malawi when I travelled there on a THP leadership immersion program.  My name is Tim Allen, and I went into the experience thinking, “What could…

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World Health Day 2019

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World Health Day is on 7 April and to mark the day THP is celebrating the right to universal health care. A key part of the infrastructure supporting our Epicentre Strategy in Africa is the health clinic – the life source of every community. Health clinic near Coki Epicentre For example, at the Coki Epicentre…

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An update from our CEO Melanie Noden

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To our valued partners in the end of hunger, My year has started off on a high, literally and figuratively! Recently I spent a week in the foothills of the Himalayas in India meeting elected women. I was there alongside 16 women taking part in our 11th Business Chicks immersion program, and the Business Chicks…

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Celebrating three more Epicentres now living free from hunger

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We are celebrating not one, not two, but three Epicentres across three different countries all reaching the momentous milestone of Self-Reliance!    Bougue in Burkina Faso, Chokwe in Mozambique and Wurib in Ethiopia are now communities who have demonstrated the transformative power of The Hunger Project’s unique Epicentre Strategy, joining 28 other self-reliant Epicentre  communities across Africa.   Our Epicentre Strategy is effective, affordable, replicable and…

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International Women’s Day 2019 – Better the balance, better the world!

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On 8 March The Hunger Project will be celebrating International Women’s Day and the theme of ‘Balance is Better’. It is a day on which we stop and reflect on the milestones made to date for women, and also look to the next actions required for achieving gender equality.   We are working to creating a future free from hunger and in doing so…

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Esme’s vision of becoming a home owner

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Esme from Malawi Esme lives in a small, rural village in Eastern Malawi with her four children. She is a farmer and the sole breadwinner of her family. Esme’s family live in a one-bedroom dung hut – and that’s how she thought it would be for the rest of their lives. Then, in 2012, everything…

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The Hunger Project has a new look! 

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We are excited about our new logo! The Hunger Project is excited to share our updated new look globally. As we scale up for the end of hunger, it’s important that we are working together as “one THP”. This consistent use of branding is one way that we will be united in our work.  You may have already noticed that we’re…

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A sense of urgency to make a difference 

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Sometimes you simply need to take a leap into something new. This was Trista Brohier’s mindset when she took on the Chair position of The Hunger Project Australia’s Queensland Development Board. “Often there isn’t a ‘right time’ to take on something like a Board position, but my mindset at the time was open and was very much at a place where I thought, why not do it?,” Trista said. What…

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Describe your experience on a THPA immersion program…

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The Hunger Project asked people to describe their experiences on one of our leadership immersion programs in three words. This is what they said…  Join The Hunger Project’s Unlock leadership immersion program is heading off to Malawi in November. You too can be revitalised, ignited and excited – Find out more about Unlock.  Filmed by Prue…

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