The Hunger Project

The Hunger Project (THP) is a global, non-profit, strategic organization committed to the sustainable end of world hunger. In Africa, South Asia and Latin America, THP seeks to end hunger and poverty by empowering people to lead lives of self-reliance, meet their own basic needs and build better futures for their children. THP and its affiliated Partner and Program Countries have a worldwide staff of more than 300 people. THP's Global Office is located in New York and operates in 11 Program Countries: Bangladesh, Benin, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Malawi, Mexico, Mozambique, Senegal and Uganda. THP also partners with local organization in Peru (Chirapaq). THP Partner Countries, which fundraise for our programs, include: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Japan, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

Website http://www.thp.org/
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Primary Address

5 Union Square West

New York, NY 10003

Projects

ordered by most recently updated

  • Harda: Elected Women Representatives Empowerment

    A project from 4 different sectors in India

    The Hunger Project-India (THP) uses a multi-pronged strategy to strengthen the political leadership and participation of elected women representatives (EWRs) in Gram Panchayats (GPs). The strategies aim... Learn more

    Last updated October 14, 2017

  • Koppal: Elected Women Representatives Empowerment

    A project from 4 different sectors in India

    The Hunger Project-India (THP) uses a multi-pronged strategy to strengthen the political leadership and participation of elected women representatives (EWRs) in Gram Panchayats (GPs). The strategies aim... Learn more

    Last updated October 14, 2017

  • Kodagu: Elected Women Representatives Empowerment

    A project from 4 different sectors in India

    The Hunger Project-India (THP) uses a multi-pronged strategy to strengthen the political leadership and participation of elected women representatives (EWRs) in Gram Panchayats (GPs). The strategies aim... Learn more

    Last updated October 14, 2017

  • Hassan: Elected Women Representatives Empowerment

    A project from 4 different sectors in India

    The Hunger Project-India (THP) uses a multi-pronged strategy to strengthen the political leadership and participation of elected women representatives (EWRs) in Gram Panchayats (GPs). The strategies aim... Learn more

    Last updated October 14, 2017

  • Huixtán: Community Mobilization

    A project from 5 different sectors in Mexico

    In Chiapas, The Hunger Project works with indigenous Tsotsil women from 29 communities throughout seven municipios (municipalities). Through a partnership with the textile cooperative J Pas Joloviletik... Learn more

    Last updated October 14, 2017

  • Chenalhó: Community Mobilization

    A project from 5 different sectors in Mexico

    In Chiapas, The Hunger Project works with indigenous Tsotsil women from 29 communities throughout seven municipios (municipalities). Through a partnership with the textile cooperative J Pas Joloviletik... Learn more

    Last updated October 14, 2017

  • Tampamolón Corona community mobilization

    A project from 5 different sectors in Mexico

    The Hunger Project-M xico initiated community mobilization work in San Luis Potos in 2012 with the Tampamol n Corona municipality. The introductory step of the model, including the presentation of the project... Learn more

    Last updated October 7, 2017

  • San José Tenango community mobilization

    A project from 5 different sectors in Mexico

    In Oaxaca, The Hunger Project works with five Mazateca communities of women and men farmers within the municipality of San Jos Tenango. By facilitating Participatory Action Research in 2011, in which community... Learn more

    Last updated October 7, 2017

  • Larráinzar community mobilization

    A project from 4 different sectors in Mexico

    In Chiapas, The Hunger Project works with indigenous Tsotsil women from 29 communities throughout seven municipios (municipalities). Through a partnership with the textile cooperative J Pas Joloviletik... Learn more

    Last updated October 7, 2017

  • Chamula community mobilization

    A project from 4 different sectors in Mexico

    The Hunger Project works with indigenous Tsotsil women from 29 communities throughout seven municipios (municipalities) of Chiapas. Through a partnership with the textile cooperative J Pas Joloviletik in... Learn more

    Last updated October 7, 2017