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Celebrate Child Sponsorship Day with FH!

Raise your hands. How many of you have participated in the ever-growing and varied celebratory days designated for things like National Ice Cream Day, World Coffee Day, National… Read More

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Image Bearers: Those in Poverty Are Just Like Us

So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. –Genesis 1:27   I was born in… Read More

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How FH Overcomes Barriers to Childhood Literacy

Can you imagine spending 5 or 6 years in primary school without learning how to read? Sadly, this is a reality for many children around the… Read More

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Taste The World: Chicken Adobo Recipe [Philippines]

If you’ve never had authentic Filipino food, it’s something to add to your list. Food for the Hungry has been working in the Philippines since 1978,… Read More

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Going Abroad? 5 Tips to Make the Most of Your International Travel

Do you have a medical mission to Uganda coming up? Are you visiting your sponsored child in the… Read More

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5 Ways to Help Ethiopian Orphans Thrive

It’s a sad statistic–nearly 13% of the children in Ethiopia have lost one or both parents. That’s one of the highest percentages in the world. And… Read More

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God's Story: The Fall Changed Everything

This post is the ninth in a series on God’s Story, the Foundation for FH’s Work in Relief and Development. Follow the series, starting with the… Read More

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Chào! FH Begins Operations in Vietnam

Food for the Hungry works in multiple countries across Africa, Latin America, and Asia. Today, we are excited to introduce you to a new country where we’re breaking ground this… Read More

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Six Activists to Follow in 2019

Today, social media gives young advocates the opportunity to make their voices heard on a global platform. This means the chance to hear from activists tackling important issues… Read More

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Ending Poverty Together: We’re All Pieces in the Poverty Puzzle

I’ve worked at Food for the Hungry (FH) for nearly 15 years with a passion to end poverty. I’ve seen so much change throughout these years, and yet so… Read More

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5 Gallon Challenge: Could You Do It?

Taking Water for Granted I’ll be honest: I’m not great at conserving water. It’s not something I think about conserving because I don’t have to. And that’s a blessing, but… Read More

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Plastic Pollution: A Worldwide Equal-Opportunity Fight

Did you know plastic packaging accounts for 50 percent of plastic waste around the globe?  Think about every item you bring into your home. How many… Read More

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Breastfeeding Myths: 5 Misbeliefs Debunked

World Breastfeeding Week takes place each year during the first week of August. The World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA), a global network of individuals and organizations committed… Read More

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What's the Problem with Poverty? (Part 2)

This post is the second part of a mini-series discussing poverty with FH’s COO, Ed Hatch. Follow the series with the first post, What’s the Problem… Read More

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Taste The World: Emudro Recipe [West Africa]

Summer is here! We have reached the middle of the summer—the time where every weekend turns into a pool party or some kind of a cookout. If your summer activities… Read More

Written by Esther Martinez
Celebrate Child Sponsorship Day with FH!

Raise your hands. How many of you have participated in the ever-growing and varied celebratory days designated for things like National Ice Cream Day, World Coffee Day, National Sibling Day, National Dog Day, and more? It seems like a new celebratory cause and its corresponding hashtag pops up… Read More

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Image Bearers: Those in Poverty Are Just Like Us

Written by Joel Mercado

So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. –Genesis 1:27   I was born in Bolivia. According to the World Bank, Bolivia is one of the poorest countries in Latin America… Read More

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How FH Overcomes Barriers to Childhood Literacy

Written by Lisa Easterbrooks

Can you imagine spending 5 or 6 years in primary school without learning how to read? Sadly, this is a reality for many children around the world today. Globally, two-thirds of children (approximately 68 percent) will reach the last grade of primary… Read More

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Written by Jess Bell
Taste The World: Chicken Adobo Recipe [Philippines]

If you’ve never had authentic Filipino food, it’s something to add to your list. Food for the Hungry has been working in the Philippines since 1978, doing a range of work with indigenous communities on livelihoods, education, and health. Because the Philippines is actually an island… Read More

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Going Abroad? 5 Tips to Make the Most of Your International Travel

Written by Carrie Woodward

Do you have a medical mission to Uganda coming up? Are you visiting your sponsored child in the Dominican Republic? Does your church partner with Food for the Hungry (FH) to sponsor an entire… Read More

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5 Ways to Help Ethiopian Orphans Thrive

Written by Beth Allen

It’s a sad statistic–nearly 13% of the children in Ethiopia have lost one or both parents. That’s one of the highest percentages in the world. And UNICEF estimates there are some 800,000 Ethiopian orphans who have lost a parent to HIV/AIDS. In places like… Read More

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Written by Wendy McMahan
God's Story: The Fall Changed Everything

This post is the ninth in a series on God’s Story, the Foundation for FH’s Work in Relief and Development. Follow the series, starting with the first post. Ask any ten people for a definition of poverty, and you’re likely to get ten… Read More

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Chào! FH Begins Operations in Vietnam

Written by Alice Zhang

Food for the Hungry works in multiple countries across Africa, Latin America, and Asia. Today, we are excited to introduce you to a new country where we’re breaking ground this fall: Vietnam! A Historic Return to Vietnam Larry Ward founded Food for the Hungry… Read More

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Six Activists to Follow in 2019

Written by Carrie Woodward

Today, social media gives young advocates the opportunity to make their voices heard on a global platform. This means the chance to hear from activists tackling important issues around the world. By listening to the diverse voices, we gain the opportunity to learn, share ideas…and even join the… Read More

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Written by Beth Wilcox
Ending Poverty Together: We’re All Pieces in the Poverty Puzzle

I’ve worked at Food for the Hungry (FH) for nearly 15 years with a passion to end poverty. I’ve seen so much change throughout these years, and yet so much remain the same, as well. For almost 10 of those years, I sat at the front desk working reception. Read More

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5 Gallon Challenge: Could You Do It?

Written by Jess Bell

Taking Water for Granted I’ll be honest: I’m not great at conserving water. It’s not something I think about conserving because I don’t have to. And that’s a blessing, but not everyone has that opportunity. When I watched Virginia’s story, it made me think a little. https://www.fh.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/The-Struggle-for-Clean-Water-Virginias-Story-2.mp4   “If… Read More

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Plastic Pollution: A Worldwide Equal-Opportunity Fight

Written by Esther Martinez

Did you know plastic packaging accounts for 50 percent of plastic waste around the globe?  Think about every item you bring into your home. How many are wrapped in plastic? How much plastic wrapping gets recycled or tossed in the trash bin? While we can all… Read More

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Written by Chellsea Fort
Breastfeeding Myths: 5 Misbeliefs Debunked

World Breastfeeding Week takes place each year during the first week of August. The World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA), a global network of individuals and organizations committed to protecting, promoting, and supporting breastfeeding worldwide established this awareness week.  Breastfeeding is a simple but vital practice. Read More

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What's the Problem with Poverty? (Part 2)

Written by Ed Hatch

This post is the second part of a mini-series discussing poverty with FH’s COO, Ed Hatch. Follow the series with the first post, What’s the Problem with Poverty? Problems come in all shapes and sizes. Problems by their very nature suggest something should be… Read More

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Taste The World: Emudro Recipe [West Africa]

Written by Jess Bell

Summer is here! We have reached the middle of the summer—the time where every weekend turns into a pool party or some kind of a cookout. If your summer activities are anything like mine, they usually turn into potlucks as well. So, the next time you’re on beverage duty, I… Read More

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