Apr 20, 2011 at 6:07am
'Hunger Project' seeks to partner government
Having worked in Ghana for 15 years now, the Hunger Project, a global non-profit organisation, which seeks to end world hunger, is looking for a partnership with government.
The President and CEO of the Organisation, Madam Mary Ellen McNish, has therefore held private discussions with President Atta Mills at the Castle, Osu.
On achieving this partnership agenda through the partnership, the Hunger Project wishes to expand to many communities in the country.
Madam Mary McNish is on a four week visit from the New York where the hunger project has its headquarters.
Over the years, the Hunger Project has empowered many women in the country to be self reliance by providing them with skills and knowledge in trading.
The Hunger Project works in eight countries in Africa with Ghana receiving the bulk of their assistance.
Now, they want to partner government to be able to reach out to many communities for a better life.