Educate, train, fund and support girls and women is an obvious way to create a sustainable food system that will allow us to ultimately eradicate hunger!
To ensure a regular income for a decent and active life, we must prioritize activities that transfer expertise, skills, training and professional integration, always in connection with food.
One of Brazil’s largest favelas, the beautifully named Paraisópolis (“Paradise City”) has undergone a transformation. Elizandra Cerqueira is an emblem of this renewal. With her culinary training and community-focused urban garden programs, she helps women feed their families nutritious food and live off their work.
Discover her story.
Women Stop Hunger Awards
Each year we celebrate the work of individuals who are building a lasting solution to hunger in their community.
Discover the 2022 laureates