For The Hunger Project, hunger is about more than food, it’s about people. In 22 countries we declare and focused on the human component of hunger.
“We start from the “being” and then “know how to do” things, by recognizing and encouraging the local and traditional knowledge.”
For this reason, for more than 46 years, we have believed that instead of making small contributions on the periphery, we work at the heart of the problem: promoting self-reliance at the grassroots level, accompanying the leadership of women as key agents of change and forging alliances. efficient and effective with local governments.
“We believe that hunger is not only about food scarcity, it’s about the lack of democracy and extreme poverty is the systemic denial of human rights. Furthermore, we also focus our approach on the distinction on to be fed and having nutritious food.”