• CSW60: Empowerment-based Strategies to Build Resilience

    Experts from Relief International, Solar Cookers International and The Hunger Project-Mexico share their approaches.

  • Launching the Movement

    Launching the Movement

    Leading international organizations call for a process that empowers citizens at the local level.

  • Localizing the SDGs in Malawi

    Localizing the SDGs in Malawi

    On May 15, 2015, The Hunger Project and World Vision co-hosted a nationally-broadcast panel discussion in Lilongwe on localizing the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals in Malawi. The focused and frank discussion resulted in significant commitments to greater partnership among five key groups of development actors. The panelists include: The discussion was moderated by: In attendance…

  • What constitutes an enabling environment for the poor to succeed in their own development?

    The concept of an “enabling environment” is new, and it reflects nothing less than a paradigm shift in thinking as to how nations like Bangladesh can achieve a new, self-reliant future — a future where all citizens have the chance to lead a healthy and productive life.