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  • THINK ENDING WORLD HUNGER IS UNACHIEVABLE? THINK AGAIN.

    Hunger is not inevitable. It is not too big of a problem to solve. In fact, it has improved dramatically in just the last 30 years. Indeed, according to international agencies like the World Bank and United Nations, ending extreme poverty and hunger by the year 2030 are an ambitious, yet achievable goal, in need

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  • NO INTERNET CONNECTION? NO PROBLEM: COLLECTING RURAL DATA

    Throughout Africa, South Asia and Latin America, Hunger Project programs operate in rural and sometimes remote communities. Since we began monitoring programs using cutting-edge mobile technology, areas without internet connection have posed a challenge for our committed Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) team. To meet these challenges, The Hunger Project has implemented the ThunderPlug®. ThunderPlug® is

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  • A ROAD MAP TO TRANSFORMING LIVES

    BY MARK VISO, CEO OF PACT From Kendari to Mosul and Abuja to San Francisco, people across the world will celebrate Dec. 31, the close of another year and the promise of a brighter year to come. But this New Year’s Eve will be more than a time for personal reflection and writing resolutions. It

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  • DEVELOPMENT MUST BE INTENTIONAL & SUSTAINABLE

    It is up to development organizations to steer the sector and its funders toward an integrated approach, and the effort must be backed by evidence, panelists agreed during a first-of-its-kind international development discussion organized by a new coalition known as Locus: The Point of International Development. The June 23 event, held in Washington, D.C., included

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