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The Bangladeshi tailors behind our facemasks.

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You can now purchase one of our facemasks made with love in Bangladesh and enable the employment of Bangladeshi women so that they can earn an income and support their families during this challenging time. These beautiful limited-edition, handmade face masks have been made with love by tailors that The Hunger Project Bangladesh has worked…

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Reforestation and Tree Planting in Ethiopia

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In the Machakel region of northeastern Ethiopia, the grass grows well and the hills are green during the rainy season. However, there was also significant soil erosion on the hills. Due to the erosion, deep channels stripped of vegetation were worn into the otherwise green landscape. Almost all of the native forest on the hills…

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35 years investing with The Hunger Project!

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George Phillipos: Investment and Financial Adviser “My vision for the world is a greater level of peace overall; specifically, for The Hunger Project – to achieve the goal of eliminating chronic, persistent hunger.  My interest in The Hunger Project goes back to when I was 14 years of age. I picked up a magazine at…

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Courageous Shania stopped her own child marriage.

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“I know the consequences of child marriage. [From The Hunger Project, we also] learnt about the evils of drugs, as well as changes during adolescence. Knowing all of this has given me the courage to protect myself against early marriage. I was able to convince my parents. My marriage is over. Now I can realise my dream of becoming a teacher.” The Hunger Project runs programs…

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Nobel Peace Prize Highlights Issue of World Hunger by Honoring World Food Programme

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The Norwegian Nobel Committee has named the World Food Programme (WFP) the recipient of the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize. As David Beasley, Executive Director of WFP, said in a statement following the award, “Today is a reminder that food security, peace and stability go together. Without peace, we cannot achieve our global goal of zero hunger; and…

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Creating an equitable world: Nina Genikis

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“My vision for the world is equity. People being equal to other people. I want people to have the power that comes with knowing that they are not so completely different from the rest of the population. That is what really drives me and what I want to see in the world. One part of…

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Get to know our Youth Board: Thandie Masuku

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Tell us a little bit about yourself. I am a young design student from Sydney who hopes to move into the Graphic & Ceramic design fields upon graduating from my degree. I also work as a Key Leader at Lululemon in order to challenge my career development skills whilst I undergo and complete my studies.…

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Get to know our Youth Board: Georgie Owen

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1)    Tell us a little about yourself I love being with my beautiful family and friends. My top five values are belonging, love, self actualisation, ambition and enthusiasm. I am above average obsessed with food and this is something that initially drew me to THP – my relationship with food is a privilege and I wanted…

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What we’re reading and watching.

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Our team has been spending a little more time online lately, reading, watching and listening to new, inspiring content to connect with others around the country and the world, and to make sense of our collective experience of COVID-19 and our shared desire to shape a new future of Self-Reliance and dignity. Below is a list of our top picks, many of them featuring or created by members…

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The latest THP products to get your hands on.

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Throughout the pandemic, our amazing partners are as deeply committed as ever to create sustainable change for our village partners and raise much needed funds for The Hunger Project’s work.   Bared Footwear, a Melbourne-based, podiatrist-designed footwear brand, has launched the ‘Hornbill THP’ – a sneaker for all day comfort. $50 from every pair of sneakers sold will be invested in THP, supporting communities in Malawi as they take action to reach Self-Reliance.  Inclusive activewear brand BeKeane Healthy and Fit has launched THP crop tops and leggings so now you can get your exercise…

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