By empowering women, it is proven that we can sustainably eradicate hunger in our communities.
Two figures that support this :
- They could feed 100 to 150 million more people if they had the same resources as men: education, training, access to land, financing, equipment, markets…
- According to a United Nations report, 55% of the progress in the fight against hunger during the past 25 years comes from improvements to the social situation of women.
In brief: economic equality for women is progress for all. By giving them resources is the straightest path to a hunger-free world.
The Stop Hunger Awards were created to celebrate and financially support women empowerment projects.
- Stop Hunger Awards 2022
- Stop Hunger Awards 2021
- Stop Hunger Awards 2020
- Stop Hunger Awards 2019
- Stop Hunger Awards 2018