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Think world hunger is just a fact of life? Think again. We're rethinking the solution to hunger. Start with women, mobilise everyone, engage government.

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Added photos to Live Below the Line for The Hunger Project 2015.

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A unique endurance event along an historic route! It’s 100km, 50, or 25km on the Grand Union Canal towpath – a ‘hidden green corridor’ that winds its way from the heart of London out towards the Chilterns. The scenery will surprise you – the Challenge will inspire you – it’s London’s Great Escape! Most will walk it at their own pace, some will jog parts of it, and others will run the full 100 km ultra marathon style!  A test of stamina and determination, but with great on-event support it is achievable. You can choose to do the full 100km challenge or take on the 50 km or 25 km options; however you choose to do it, there’s a challenge to suit you. It’s London’s Great Escape!

The Hunger Project is delighted to be an event partner for this challenge, we’ll be supporting you all the way -

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Live Below the Line is a fundraising and campaigning event which challenges people to live below the poverty line for 5 days – the challenge is tough but gives you a unique glimpse into the lives of 1.2 billion people who live below the poverty line every day.

Join The Hunger Project and invite your friends and colleagues to participate. 

We're building a team of Live Below Ambassadors to spread the word - interested? Get in touch with Mark (details below).

You can take on the challenge for 5 consecutive days at anytime during the campaign window.

Campaign Register
Campaign Ends - Sunday, June 27, 2015
Fundraising Page

No signup or registration fees. £5 | 5 Days for all food and drink.

If you're interested in taking part or building a team join this event page, invite your friends via

You can also join the communitiy on Facebook via

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Added photos to London 2 Cambridge Challenge 2015.

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The Hunger Project is a Event Partner for The London 2 Cambridge Challenge - a 100km or 50km walk, jog or run that starts close to the Olympic Park and follows the Lee Valley out of the Capital. It then heads through scenic countryside towards historic Cambridge. Fully supported all the way, either take on as an individual challenge or round up your friends, family or colleagues to join you! It’s a Trail of 2 Cities and a fantastic new Challenge for 2015!

We're on hand to guide you through the route and distance to select. Just in get in touch with Mark at the charity ( if you require support before registering. Get fit for 2015 and join us!

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World Aids Day 2014 - The Female Condom in Africa, Empowering Women, Preventing HIV Spread

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1.5 million AIDS deaths in 2013 is not acceptable. However as we celebrate World AIDS Day on December 1, we’re excited by how far the global community has come: new HIV infections have fallen by 38% since 2001 and the number of AIDS deaths has fallen from 2.3 million in 2005. While this is significant progress, there are still an alarming number of people, 35 million, living with HIV. Every day more than 5,700 people contract HIV—nearly 240 every hour.
This is why our work preventing and treating HIV/AIDS across sub-Saharan Africa is more important than ever. Do Something Great today and invest in The Hunger Project UK via

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Join The Hunger Project's 'Team Hunger' for the Isle of Wight Challenge 2015

Kicking off the Isle of Wight Walking Festival 2015,  the Isle of Wight Challenge (106, 56km or 32km) follows the stunning coastal path for over 100 km around England’s largest island.

Most will walk it at their own pace, some will jog parts of it, and others will run the full 106 km ultra marathon style! A test of stamina and determination, but with a focussed training plan and great on-event support including food & drink stops, medics & massage – it is achievable.

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The Hunger Project UK's Sophie Noonan talks #leadership #women and Rethinking What's Possible with Christina Lattimer in September's People Development Magazine. +People Discovery 
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