FOOD FOR THE HUNGRY: We seek to end all forms of human poverty by going into the hard places and closely walking with the world’s most vulnerable people.

 

Inspired and led by our Christian beliefs, we faithfully serve vulnerable people across the globe without regard to race, creed or nationality and without adverse distinction of any kind. We serve without stipulation or expectation and on the basis of need alone. We strive to respect the culture and customs of the people we serve in order to preserve their humanity and dignity. We also proudly adhere to the Red Cross Code of Conduct, which can be found here.

 

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Spotlight on Malaria: Can We End it for Good?

Living in Arizona in the summers, mosquitoes are a nuisance. My husband and I cover ourselves and our toddler in bug spray to play outside in the early evenings. At worst, we have itchy welts for a few days and apply some anti-itch cream for good measure. We’re lucky in this regard. Throughout parts of sub-Saharan […]

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No Lost Generation of Syrian Refugee Children

“I love my country, but you get to a point where you know you have to leave.” Recalling the life she left behind in Aleppo, Donia welcomed us graciously into her home amongst a large informal tented settlement in the Bekaa Valley. Before fleeing to Lebanon five years ago, her husband worked in a textile […]

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Earth Day Around the World

Earth Day is coming up soon (Saturday, April 22), so here are some examples of how people worldwide are caring for creation! For Food for the Hungry, our efforts to care for creation are more than just ways to battle climate change. In the communities where we work, climate change is much more than an […]

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A Hedge Against El Niño’s Drought

Dinkie Kebede worked with FH to protect her family from the devastating impact of drought caused by El Niño. Dinkie Kebede, 50, is a widow from Ethiopia with five children and less than two acres of crop farmland on which to feed her family. Every year, she and her children faced hunger as her meager […]

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This Easter, Little Things DO Mean A Lot

Working from home, I find myself involuntarily looking out the window when I see movement from the corner of my eye. One man stands out. I’ve tried a few times to chat with him, but he remains nameless — either out of shyness or purpose. Perhaps both. He always walks with a stick and a […]

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