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Africa

O – Opportunity to redefine your purpose 

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“The Hunger Project offers an opportunity of a lifetime to learn from inspiring individuals from all facets of life with one thing in common – change your mindset and you can achieve anything! A key lesson which has given me purpose both professionally and personally.” – Iman Harrak, General Manager, Randstad  A common thing we…

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L – Leadership in action 

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“The program reaffirmed what I think a true leader is. It has shown me the strength and power of leadership no matter where you’re from, where you are, or where you’re going.”  – Lauren Johnson, Medical student  Leadership can be defined in so many ways. For some, it’s about a title – CEO, CFO, Founder,…

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N – New possibilities 

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“The program is both humbling and inspiring. You get to see firsthand how the money raised is used, and what a tremendous difference your effort can make in rural communities. It will change the way you see the world. An opportunity like this does not come around often – if ever – so you’d be…

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U- Unlimited Potential

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“It was an experience that grew me in so many ways, a safe place to discover my full potential.”  – Prue Aja, Professional photographer | www.prueaja.com  When Prue began working as a photographer, she knew it was important to work with people whose values aligned with her own.   “I knew the bigger picture was to…

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Patrick from Malawi | Vision, Determination, Transparency.

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Patrick from Malawi learnt that he and his wife were both HIV positive after they had a stillborn baby.   When he was trained by The Hunger Project to become a local volunteer leader, an Animator, he saw an opportunity to connect with and lift up others in his community dealing with the same challenges and he and his wife. He formed a small support…

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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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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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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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Meet Sipho from Kachindamoto

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Sipho is from The Hunger Project’s Kachindamoto Epicentre community, Malawi where he lives with his wife and 5 children. In 2015 Sipho received his first farm input loan from The Hunger Project. The then participated in agriculture training through programs available at the Kachindamoto Epicentre. From this training Sipho was able to harvest 50 bags…

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