Global Hunger & Migration Project

The Global Hunger and Migration Project (GHMP) seeks to expand the work of the Collaborative internationally by integrating research, education, policy analysis, and community engagement to effect change in the spheres of hunger and migration across the globe. The initial focus of the project is on the Central American refugee crisis. Since 2014, more than 850,000 children and families have requested asylum in the United States from Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. The GHMP looks specifically at the drivers of migration flows and policy responses to them. The GHMP builds teams of faculty and students who work with developing partnerships to conduct university-based research to identify promising practices and design effective interventions at each stage of the migrant journey. In 2020, the GHMP released its first public project iA Journey Toward Hopen partnership with Six Foot Press: A Journey Toward Hope

Written in collaboration with Baylor University’s GHMP, A Journey Toward Hope is a celebration of four unaccompanied migrant children who come together along the arduous journey north through Mexico to the United States border. An ode to the power of hope and connection even in the face of uncertainty and fear, this children’s book is one example of the creative research that the GHMP fosters in students. You can order the book here: A Journey Toward Hope.

For more information about A Journey Toward Hope or the Global Hunger and Migration Project, email Kingsley_East@baylor.edu.

To donate to the Global Hunger and Migration Project, follow THIS LINK. At the "Gift Review" stage of the process (Step #2), click the "Additional Info" box and write "Global Hunger and Migration Project" in the box provided.