Hunger Project

Description The Hunger Project is an unconventional, strategic organization. The Hunger Project does not provide “relief.” Rather, The Hunger Projects works in authentic partnership with the people of developing countries to address the root causes of hunger and to ensure that all people have the chance to lead healthy and productive lives.

Today, The Hunger Project works in more than 10,000 villages across 13 developing countries in Africa, South Asia and Latin America. It carries out proven strategies that are empowering millions of people to achieve lasting progress in health, education, nutrition and family income.

In addition to directly empowering hungry people, The Hunger Project works strategically to change policies, catalyze society-wide transformation of the conditions holding hunger in place, and strengthen the local democratic structures through which people can meet their basic needs on a sustainable basis.
Contact 15 East 26th Street
New York, NY  10010
United States
Phone: +1 212 251 9100
Fax: +1 212 532 9785
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Focus: Agriculture, Democracy, Development, Environment, Gender, Health, Poverty, United States, Global

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