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Food for the Hungry has issue experts available for interview across a spectrum of issues. With a mission of ending all forms of poverty, Food for the Hungry staff members can speak on topics ranging from health and clean water, child development, farming, education, domestic violence prevention, disaster response and even how church groups can team up with communities in developing countries to help the world’s most vulnerable people to thrive. Employees are located in Phoenix, Nashville, Washington, D.C., and in more than 20 countries worldwide with interviews available in-person, on the phone, or via Zoom/Skype.

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Our Approach from Fragility to Resilience

FH Press Releases and Statements

2022

July 18, 2022  — Statement by Food for the Hungry President & CEO Mark Viso on Historic US Government Commitment to Treat Malnutrition

June 3, 2022  — FH President & CEO Mark Viso’s Testimony to the Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs; Committee on Appropriations, US House of Representatives

May 31, 2022 — Food for the Hungry partners with Maverick City Music: Food for the Hungry (FH) and Maverick City Music today announced a partnership to address poverty both locally in the United States and globally. During Maverick City Music’s highly anticipated US summer tour, FH and Maverick City Music are offering a unique opportunity…

May 2, 2022 — Food for the Hungry Nutrition Training Saving Lives in Uganda: Food for the Hungry (FH) serves new mothers and children in Uganda by providing nutrition services and support – and in many cases, it’s saving lives. After fleeing violence in South Susan, Sharon Amito and her mother, Arach Alice, found themselves living in the Palabek Refugee Settlement in Uganda…

April 7, 2022 — Solar Generators in Kenya Protect Water Systems from Fuel Price Increase: As the war in the Ukraine unfolds, we are seeing extraordinary increases in fuel costs. Solar pumping systems Food for the Hungry (FH) has installed in Kenya are reducing the dependence on the use of fuel, ensuring communities can continue to access safe drinking water…

January 20, 2022 — Literacy, Math and English Scores Improve with New Digital Program: As we approach International Day of Education on Monday, January 24, 2022, it is important to recognize that children across the globe have been incredibly resilient during the many challenges the pandemic has brought…

January 10, 2022 — Food for the Hungry Celebrates USG’s $11 Billion Commitment to Fighting Malnutrition: During last month’s Nutrition for Growth (N4G) summit, USAID Administrator Samantha Power announced a commitment by the U.S. Government to spend $11 billion – including $3 billion directed at humanitarian needs – over the next three years to combat rising levels of malnutrition…

2021 

FH Ethiopia Staff Provides Food in Midst of Conflict

The conflict in northern Ethiopia has displaced nearly 2 million people, making an already dire food situation all the more precarious. The effects of drought and a changing climate only add to the pain and suffering. Supply routes have been cut, leaving people without any food access for more than a year…

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Why Indigenous Women are Key to Climate Resilience

This Earth Day, I’ve been thinking a lot about Guatemala’s indigenous women and girls – not only about the adverse effect climate change has on their lives, but also the potential they have to transform their communities to be resilient to those effects. Development practitioners in Guatemala may have heard the saying, “The face of poverty is the face of an indigenous woman.” At Food for the Hungry (FH), we challenge that saying to be, “The face of resilience, hope, and dignity is the face of an indigenous woman.”

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