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Three powerful new films

Three powerful new films

The Hunger Project is pleased to announce three new short videos that powerfully portray the journey of three elected women representatives in India’s panchayats, from Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. These Films were supported by the Royal Norwegian Embassy. The playlist is here, and you can also reference them individually under the main menu item here: … Continue reading

Annual Report 2011-2012

Annual Report 2011-2012

I am happy to present our Annual Report 2011-2012. The backdrop for The Hunger Project‘s work during the past year was in an environment where we brought a sharper focus on the new challenges and opportunities for empowering women and improving the lives of their communities through their effective leadership. Click here –  THP-Annual-Report-2011-2012 to download … Continue reading

Women’s Leadership Workshop

Women’s Leadership Workshop

The first step in building the capacity of elected women representatives (EWRs) is the three-day residential Women’s Leadership Workshop.

Partner Organisations

Partner Organisations

In Maharashtra, the main Focus on Institutional Strengthening of Federations & Support to Federation for their Campaigns. RESOURCE & SUPPORT CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT (RSCD) – RSCD is a non governmental organization based in Maharashtra. RSCD was established in 1994 in collaboration with other organizations in the state as a NGO collective. RSCD Mumbai in collaboration with its regional networks in … Continue reading

The Hunger Project

The Hunger Project is a global strategic organisation working in 14 countries committed to ending hunger. In India it is committed to ignite, kindle and sustain the leadership spirit in women elected to village Panchayats. The 73rd Constitutional Amendment Act (CAA) mandated 33.33 per cent reservation for women in all three tiers of the Panchayati … Continue reading

Research Reports

Research Reports

Overview of Local Governance in the State of Jammu and Kashmir: “Whereas it is expedient to promote and develop Panchayati Raj in the State as an instrument of vigorous Local Self Government to secure the effective participation of the people in the decision making process and for over-seeing implementation of developmental programmes” – The Jammu … Continue reading

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