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The Hunger Project Choose to Challenge with Lululemon

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This is an article that Sivanjana Kathiravel, The Hunger Project Australia’s Head of Partnerships, wrote for Lululemon on International Women’s Day on the theme of ‘choose to challenge’.  You know that feeling when you’re in your flow at yoga? There’s a collective, charged energy in the air; it seems everyone in the room is in…

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How The Hunger Project Chooses to Challenge

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The Hunger Project Australia is celebrating one of our favourite days on the calendar – International Women’s Day! This year’s theme is “Choose to Challenge” which aligns so beautifully with THP’s work challenging the status quo about what people – particularly women – are capable of when their potential and leadership is unlocked and unleashed.…

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Elected Women on COVID-19 Frontlines in India

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A new report from our partners at The Hunger Project India explores the power of local leadership in a time of crisis, highlighting the need for locally empower women leaders. The global COVID-19 pandemic has re-emphasised the need for community-level decision-making and access to accurate information during a public health crisis. It’s abundantly clear that…

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You helped us raise $126,690 – thank you! 👍

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Together we raised $126,690! Our Christmas campaign officially closed on Sunday, and so now we’re excited to announce that with your collective generosity, we raised $126,690 to enable our village partners in Africa, India and Bangladesh to bring their visions of a different 2021 to life. Thank you! With your support, this year will be a time of hope and new beginnings and a chance for us all to breathe life and energy back…

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Welcoming new Global CEO, Tim Prewitt!

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This is an announcement shared by The Hunger Project Global Office. The Hunger Project is thrilled to announce the appointment of Tim Prewitt, an international executive with more than 25 years of experience in the development and private sector, as President and CEO. Tim brings a deep commitment to community development, gender equity and empowering…

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Kossegui shows that things can be done differently.

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Kossegui Ganigi is a farmer from Guinagourou, Benin. She has two daughters and is taking care of her sister’s baby, as her sister died in childbirth. Kosseguis’s dream is that all girls in the village can go to school and all women can give birth safely. She has found her own way to bring the people…

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Don’t miss your chance to double your impact this Christmas 🎁

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UPDATE!!! Inspired by the generous match offered by EthicalJobs.com.au, a number of other wonderful people and businesses in the THP community have come together to extend the matching pool by a further $30,000 – so now you have even more time to double your impact! Give the gift of hope and certainty this Christmas. Our…

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“Communities should rise up for girls”

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Daisy Owomugasho, Regional Director of The Hunger Project Uganda, wrote the following article that featured in Uganda’s leading newspaper, ‘The Newvision’. I believe that there has never been a moment in time more important than today when all forms of community systems are being called upon to rise up and protect our children, especially the…

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Shop for Good: Our 2020 Christmas Gift Guide

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To make an impact this Christmas, check out these gift ideas from our partners that also give a percentage of profits to our programs ending hunger. THP x Kinnon Leather Card Holders — These stunning pebble Italian leather card-holders can be personalised with your initials. 50% of proceeds go to The Hunger Project’s commitment to ending hunger by 2030.  Hey Tiger…

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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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