We believe that ours is the generation that can end it once and for all. We are at a critical juncture in history, where real progress has been made: the number of people living in hunger has declined by 216 million since 1990.
The Hunger Project has worked together with the 37,483 women and men across 24 villages at Nchalo Epicentre in the Chikwawa district in southern Malawi since 2000, empowering them to end their own hunger.
Our Nchalo partners still require our leadership and resources to enable them to achieve their goals over the next 3 years. With your investment specifically, we can build the skills and capacities of local leaders so they are fully skilled, confident and capable of managing the Epicentre’s operations in a sustainable way. This will mean they can continue to grow and develop independent of The Hunger Project's support from 2019 onwards.