We’re excited to launch Unleashed for 2019!
Did you know that 800 women die from pregnancy and childbirth complications every single day?
Women have an extraordinary capacity to change the world when they are educated and understand their basic rights.
Preventing child marriage is directly linked to ending hunger for girls and women.
Louise says before The Hunger Project came to her community, she was voiceless and overlooked.
Rumi was taken out of school and nearly forced into a child marriage, but her friends stood up for her.
The opportunity to create a vision for a future different to the past ignited Maggie’s leadership.
Zebiba lives in the highlands of Ethiopia. The Hunger Project empowered Zebiba to feed her family nutritious food.
Before The Hunger Project came to his community, Francois held the belief that women and girls shouldn't have a say in the decision-making for their household.
Rukmani now works to fight against the discrimination of women in her village.
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