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    Meet Rowlands Kaotcha, our Global Head of Programs, as he shares The Hunger Project’s pillars:

1️⃣ start with women: when a girl has the opportunity to be healthy and educated, not only does she benefit, society as a whole benefits.

2️⃣ mobilise communities: and individuals building people’s capacities, leadership and confidence.

3️⃣ engage local governments: to make sure community voices are heard in local decision-making and translating priorities into action.

Find out more at thp.org.au and worldhungerday.org

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    ‘I was really inspired listening to Irene tonight, the way she goes about making changes in her communities and inspiring leadership, leading from the front and having trust in the plan’. - Renee
    Join us for an inspiring in-person event in Perth this Friday, May 17! ⁠🌟 Hear from Irene Naikaali, Country Director of The Hunger Project Uganda, on how women’s entrepreneurship is ending hunger. ⁠
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Don’t miss this chance to learn how mindset shifts create a positive social impact. Hosted by QV1, with a light lunch provided. RSVP now! 💬✨ ⁠
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    ⚡️Melbourne, it was truly inspiring to connect in person! ⁠
This week, @vicinitycentres and The Hunger Project hosted a panel of experts discussing how to shift your thinking for a positive impact. 🌟 Stay tuned for key insights from the panel and get ready to make your own impact. ⁠
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