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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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- How Little Pigs Make a Big Difference in Poverty Alleviation
Have you ever thought of pigs as life changing? They are cute and fun animals, but they have never struck me as being that radically impactful. And yet, if you ask Porm Plos in Cambodia, she would say they are. Porm Plos is a 37-year-old married mother of three. For most of her life, she’s […]
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- Dal Tadka Recipe
Food is such an important part of our culture. Food is served with emotion, tradition and memories. It’s varied from country to country and from home to home. It reminds us of specific events and people. It can in an instant transport us to another place. It’s visceral and poignant. Since we get the pleasure […]
- 5 Amazing Things I Learned in Rwanda
A few weeks ago I was able to visit Rwanda with a team of Food for the Hungry staff. Rwanda is one of the most beautiful countries I’ve visited, and the people were impressive. It is unlike many of the other countries I’ve been to. Here are five amazing things I learned in Rwanda. 1. […]
- A Syrian Refugee’s Story of Resilience
Boshra and her family moved to Lebanon three years ago from town in northwest Syria. “Before the war, we were very comfortable and happy,” Boshra explained. “We owned our house and land, and my husband was a farmer.” All of Boshra’s extended family lived nearby and enjoyed living life together. Everything changed after the conflict […]
- Empowering the Church Leadership to Serve the Poor
One of the many things I love about Food for the Hungry is how we work with local leaders. We help to raise them up to become invested in their own communities. We’re finding ways to empower them to take agency and solve the problems they see around them. One of the ways we do […]
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