Ending Poverty Together
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HOW WE PARTNER
Where WE SERVE
Our Approach is Different
WE ADDRESS THE ROOT CAUSES OF POVERTY, NOT JUST THE SYMPTOMS
The underlying causes of poverty, injustice, and marginalization are complex and often interconnected. That’s why our partnerships with local communities and leaders create comprehensive solutions that endure.
WHAT WE DO
Guided by Bible-based values and in partnership with communities, we collaborate across sectors, taking a holistic approach to complex challenges by identifying root causes, strengthening mindsets, skills and resources, and restoring relationships.
Facilitating partnership with communities, local and global leaders to create innovative, far-reaching solutions to complex challenges.
Identifying and building up strengths, skills and systems of support to advance community well-being and resilience
Harnessing our faith-based values and long-lasting relationships for enduring impact
WHO WE ARE
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Respond To Crises
BUILD resilient communities
Give Meaningful Gifts
Multiply Your Donation
Change a child's future
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Donation Multiplying Program Transforms Life for Ethiopian Mom Habtam was a caring mother who was very concerned about finding help for her children. Life was very challenging where the family lives in Lay Gayint, Ethiopia. She had no money to pay for the most basic necessities for her household. Feeding
A better future often seems like an impossible dream to young people living in the most impoverished communities around the world. In countries like Burundi and Rwanda, for example, the average household farm does not produce enough harvest to meet a family’s food and income needs, no matter how hard
When it comes to literacy, Food for the Hungry (FH) understands the crucial role of a conducive learning environment for students. The COVID-19 pandemic showed a world in transition and posed challenges for teachers and students worldwide, disrupting not only academic learning, but also their social and emotional wellbeing. The