Posts Tagged :

World Hunger

The Dr. Badiul Majumdar Series: How We Shift Mindsets

530 300 The Hunger Project Australia

This is the third video in our special series with Dr. Badiul Majumdar, Country Director of The Hunger Project Bangladesh. He discusses how The Hunger Project shifts mindsets of people living in hunger from one of dependency to empowerment through our Vision, Commitment, Action workshops.   Video credit: https://patrickmoran.com.au/  Invest in a hunger-free Bangladesh here.

read more

The Dr. Badiul Majumdar Series: Vision for Bangladesh

530 300 The Hunger Project Australia

Dr. Badiul Majumdar, Country Director of The Hunger Project Bangladesh, visited Australia recently and talked at a number of events around the country. Our team in Bangladesh are executing community-led initiatives and solutions to address the extreme cycle of hunger and poverty that exists in their country. We sat down with Dr. Badiul Majumdar to…

read more

The Dr. Badiul Majumdar Series: Hosniara’s Story

530 300 The Hunger Project Australia

Dr. Badiul Majumdar, Country Director of The Hunger Project Bangladesh, tells the story of a young woman named Hosniara from Bangladesh who transformed her situation after taking part in training with The Hunger Project.

read more

How Climate Change is Causing Levels of Hunger to Rise

530 300 The Hunger Project Australia

Despite increased efforts to end hunger by 2030, the amount of people living in chronic hunger has risen since 2015. The number of people living in hunger is now 821 million people, which corresponds to roughly one in nine people. One of the main culprits? Climate change. When you think about climate change, it brings…

read more

Breaking the Cycle in Bangladesh

530 300 The Hunger Project Australia

Bangladesh has an extreme child malnutrition rate. After a devastating famine in 1974, there was an enormous flow of aid to Bangladesh that was required to sustain the country. Reliance on foreign aid has now created a mindset of dependancy for the government and people of Bangladesh. Twenty-four million people live below the poverty line,…

read more

Lessons from THP Bangladesh Country Director, Dr. Badiul Majumdar.

530 300 The Hunger Project Australia

We were fortunate enough to host Dr. Badiul Majumdar and his wife, Tazima, this month, at a series of speaking events around Australia. You may have attended one of his talks about pioneering change and becoming a resilient leader.    If there is anyone to talk about resilience and leadership, it’s Dr. Majumdar. He has been leading the…

read more

An Unleashed 2019 Update

530 300 The Hunger Project Australia

We are already halfway through Unleashed 2019! Currently, 820 million people live in hunger globally. Studies show that when women are empowered and earn an income, they spend a significant portion of it on their families. This may be on things like education, health and food. We started Unleashed as a powerful, global movement to…

read more

You’re invited to our next Changemakers Series event!

1024 729 The Hunger Project Australia

After a successful first event in our Changemakers Series, we are returning for a very special second event in Melbourne on the power of being resilient. This is a unique opportunity to hear from one of Bangladesh’s most powerful and compassionate forces for change. Dr. Badiul Alam Majumdar, Country Director of The Hunger Project Bangladesh,…

read more

It’s World Breastfeeding Week!

530 300 The Hunger Project Australia

Breastfeeding is one of the most effective ways to ensure child health and survival. It enables gender equality while also contributing to the sustainable end of world hunger and poverty. However, many mothers globally face cultural stigma against early breastfeeding, or do not have access to information about infant nutrition. This is why The Hunger…

read more

Progress is made when we all work together: The Hunger Project & The 17 Global Goals

544 264 The Hunger Project Australia

We’re clear that it will take more than The Hunger Project working alone to achieve the end of hunger. That’s why we were thrilled when the world’s leaders in 2015 agreed on 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development. The Global Goals confirmed what we’ve always known and advocated for – that hunger and poverty are…

read more