The Hunger Project
The Hunger Project is a for-impact civil society organisation that works on ending poverty and hunger.
The Hunger Project is a for-impact civil society organisation that works on ending hunger and poverty by pioneering sustainable, grassroots, women-centered strategies. And by advocating for their wide-spread adoption in countries throughout the world. Our local expert teams mobilise, train and coach over 400.000 volunteer community change agents. Toghether, they impact over 17 million people in remote rural communities across 12 low-income countries. And many more through the growing global movement for community-led development, which has over 65 member organisations.
Evelijne Mariëtte Bruning
Evelijne holds MA degrees in both Medical Anthropology and Development Sociology from the University of Leiden. Prior to her current 10 years as director and driver of change at THP, Evelijne was editor in chief of the national professional journal for development cooperation, Vice Versa, as well as freelance chair and facilitator of debates and organisational learning sessions. Evelijne is a board member of Partos, World in Progress, and Both Ends and an advisor to the Cidin post-doctorate programme.