The Hunger Project aids in bettering health and nutrition of the community by facilitating community-integrated programs and utilizing education as a tool. The essential proponent stimulating advancement in the community is repetitive exposure to knowledge and instructional training. Through these methods, The Hunger Project enables the community to heal from within. Specific workshops include:
- Endorsing WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene)
- Training teachers in Essential Nutrition Actions approaches for women empowerment
- Informing and educating communities on the importance of the first 1,000 days of infant nutrition and development
Featured photo: page from the Essential Nutrition Actions flipbook used by trained volunteer women leaders in thousands of court-yard meetings on 1,000 Day Nutrition.