A holistic, rights-based approach: The Hunger Project advocates for a comprehensive, holistic, fully integrated approach — a systems approach to ensuring that people have access to affordable means to meeting their basic needs, and an enabling environment for achieving lives of self-reliance and dignity.
Gender perspective: Women’s lives are multi-burdened. Evidence has shown that women are only able to move out of extreme poverty when they have access to a comprehensive set of services. [reference tkm]
Drill down by clicking on the major sectors below for more detailed discussion of THP’s approach, and how we see it contributing to the sustainable end of world hunger.
- Agriculture/Food Security
- WASH: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene