The Hungry Project
DECJUBA Foundation is committed to supporting THP by empowering vulnerable communities across Bangladesh, India, Senegal and Uganda to become self-reliant and independently work towards a future free of hunger and poverty.
The Hunger Project (THP) was established with a clear mission: to end world hunger and poverty globally through empowerment and education.
Through their multiple holistic programs including, education, microfinance solutions, agriculture and health services, THP works with women and men in rural villages in Africa, India, Bangladesh and Latin America to break the cycle of poverty within their own communities.
Since 2016, DECJUBA Foundation has donated more than $2.7 million to The Hunger Project, impacting 9 million lives by empowering vulnerable communities across Bangladesh, India, Senegal and Uganda to create a sustainable end to hunger and poverty for themselves, their communities and for future generations to come.
With a holistic and sustainable approach to solving for one of our world’s biggest issues, our partnership’s impact extends across providing every person in these communities:
• Access to health services and education
• Maternal and child health, including vaccinations for children
• Adult literacy and education for rural communities
• Access to safe drinking water and sanitation
• Microfinance and empowering women in small businesses
• Improved land productivity and climate resilience for farmers
• Ending child marriage, child labour and child abuse
• Reducing prevalence of hunger and malnutrition especially for women and children
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