WFP has provided the Ghana School Feeding Programme with tablets to digitize the monitoring of the school feeding program.
An ATM that dispenses food, a simple moisture meter, and an air-tight bag: these seemingly simple innovations could be game-changers for disrupting hunger around the world.
Over the last 20 years, significant progress has been made in reducing poverty and hunger levels. However, Hunger and malnutrition persist primarily in northern Ghana, as well as many rural communities across the country.
Comfort Kissiwaa is a Ghanaian mother of five, wife, farmer—and now the manager of a community bank and champion of her community’s development—thanks to her participation in The Hunger Project’s local ownership initiatives. With a small loan and women’s empowerment training, Comfort was able to expand her farming business and increase her annual income from […]