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No Internet Connection? No Problem: Collecting Mobile Data in Rural Communities

Mobile Technology for Social Good: Using iFormBuilder for Hunger Project Programs

Hunger Project Investor PostCode Lottery Visits Kachindamoto Epicenter in Malawi

In April, The Hunger Project and partner organization SUPPORT amplified their work to increase demand, access and use of female condoms in Malawi.

SUPPORTing Female Condom Use in Malawi | The Hunger Project

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Today is World Malaria Day. How are we working to defeat malaria? Learn more about the distribution of malaria preventing bed nets in Africa: www.thp.org/...

"I Commit Myself to Continuing to Mobilize the Co-residents of the Village"

Empowering Women in Africa to GenerateTheir Own Household Income

Meet Modi from Mozambique. Modi lost family and resources but she never lost hope. She began attending trainings with The Hunger Project-Mozambique, earning her own income and is now President of Chokwe Epicenter's Agricultural Committee. Meet the inspiring Modi!

In-depth evaluation project in Ghana and Malawi sheds light and guides future programs for The Hunger Project. Check out highlights from the report!

International Leaders Meet in High Level Meeting to End Hunger in Africa by 2025

Announcement: Chokwe Health Center Inaugurated in Mozambique just in time. The night of the inauguration, Ignésia arrived to deliver a healthy baby boy!

How to beat Africa’s water crisis - Recent discoveries of water reserves under some of Africa’s mightiest deserts raise hopes for quenching African thirst. But the reality is much more grim. From parched desert to tropical forest, roughly 40 percent of Africans, mostly the rural poor, will not get access to clean water any time soon. via @CNN International

Ethiopia’s prime minister: The man who tried to make dictatorship acceptable via The Economist. What next for Ethiopia?

Africa's millions of young people must add up to demographic dividend Rising ratio of people of working age to dependents can boost economy, but only with education, training – and jobs.

Africa's millions of young people must add up to demographic dividend Rising ratio of people of working age to dependents can boost economy, but only with education, training – and jobs.

Africa's millions of young people must add up to demographic dividend Rising ratio of people of working age to dependents can boost economy, but only with education, training – and jobs via @The Guardian

With more than 6 million people now being treated in Africa, it's time for optimism!

The life of an African child - A new World Bank report has found a sharp decline in the child mortality rates of Kenya, Ethiopia and Ghana.

Africa heads for 'hydrological suicide' as land deals hand water resources to foreign firms, threatening environmental disaster

African Economic Outlook 2012 - African Development Bank