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Nutrition Solutions Take Root in Kitchen Gardens

Poor nutrition was at the heart of most problems for the Pooya family in Uganda – and there were many problems. Hunger was a daily condition. They would have one… Read More

  Education
Lighting the Way to Education for Children

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Child Sponsorship Leads to Team Generosity

The first step in team generosity: Joy Graeff picked up a brochure on Food for the Hungry (FH) at a concert. The event featured Toby Mac, one… Read More

  Child Sponsorship
A Path to the Future: Hope for a Family of 8

Life seemed hopeless to 13-year-old Yoan, with no clear path to the future, until Food for the Hungry’s local Child Sponsorship staff stepped in to help. Read More

  Featured
How Handwashing Stations Kept Mothers and Babies in Kenya Healthy in 2020

Keeping Communities Healthy in 2020 In 2020, Food for the Hungry (FH) staff, supporters, and communities around the world quickly and nimbly adapted our programs. FH worked at global,… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together
Celebrating the Impact of FH's Partnerships in 2020

Partnerships that Sustain Impact for the Long-Term At Food for the Hungry (FH), we know that we cannot accomplish our mission of ending all forms of human poverty without the… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together
What is the Meaning of "the Ends of the Earth?"

Have you ever felt as if you were at “the ends of the earth?” Maybe you were physically far away from anything familiar to you. Or perhaps you… Read More

  Child Sponsorship
Through Child Sponsorship, this Craftsman Helps A Community

Bruce Jackson’s hobby is woodturning, but his passion is child sponsorship. “I wouldn’t say I’m a woodworker. I’m a woodturner, and I’m pretty good at that – but I’m not… Read More

  Child Sponsorship
Many FH Staff Members also Have a Sponsor Story

Today’s Child Sponsor Story comes from one of our own staff members, Stephani Liggins. Stephani’s Sponsor Story “I am an FH employee working in the department that focuses primarily on… Read More

  Faith
How You're Helping FH Share the Gospel

Your support of FH helps share the Gospel with children and families in the communities we serve. At FH, we believe the Gospel is best shared through our actions. It… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together
How Your FH Gift Catalog Purchases Matter

Each year, we create the Food for the Hungry Gift Catalog. But this is not your typical catalog! These gifts allow individuals and… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together
What is the Meaning of "All Things Work Together for Our Good?"

How long could you go without a source of income? If you didn’t have a paying job for a few months or even a year, would you still… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together
A Fresh Perspective on World Water Day

I think over the past year, it’s safe to say that, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has recognized more than ever the importance and need for… Read More

  Faith
Four Social Causes that Leaders in Christian Media Care About

Have you ever heard a song on the radio and wondered about the story behind it? Or have you attended a conference and listed to a powerful message… Read More

  Faith
5 Daily Devotionals to Draw Closer to God

Personally, I experience great joy when I’m intentional in choosing to spend time with God on a daily basis through devotionals. Last year, I read the Bible in a year,… Read More

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Coming Together to Fight Misconceptions about AIDS

Friday, December 1 is World AIDS Day. According to the website, “It’s an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, to show support for people living with HIV, and to commemorate those who have died from an AIDS-related illness. Founded in 1988, World AIDS… Read More

  Impact Stories

FH Helps Woman Fight AIDS, Bear Healthy Children

Written by Guest

Today’s guest blog is written by Penny Husted-Gamm. Penny is an award-winning photographer who has been a long-time supporter of Food for the Hungry and an advocate for the poor and suffering. She recently visited Food for the Hungry programs in Uganda and was inspired by how FH is… Read More

  Impact Stories

Rethinking Positive: World AIDS Day

Written by whiteboard

There seems to be a national day for just about everything now. There’s a National Donut Day (which is one of my favorites) and even a National Talk Like a Pirate Day. I’m not entirely sure how these days take off and get any real traction, but there… Read More

  Impact Stories
Written by whiteboard
A Renewed Life: Preventing Mother to Child Transmission of HIV, AIDS

FH was able to help Peace and her child from Uganda. Take a moment to think about a young child experiencing the horror of his father or mother dying right before his eyes with the dreadful disease of AIDS. Even worse, he knows that he has… Read More

  Uncategorized

Celebrating the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief

Written by Dave Evans

Thanks to the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), a million at-risk children have been born HIV-free. In 2003, HIV/AIDS was ravaging the world—killing millions of adults and leaving tens of millions of children orphaned in Africa and beyond. Some at the time predicted… Read More

  News & Announcements

Faith's role in an AIDS-free generation

Written by whiteboard

Thanks to both advances in technology and programs that transform behavior and attitudes, fewer children are contracting HIV from their mothers, bringing the dream of an AIDS-free generation closer to reality. With World AIDS Day coming on December 1 and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary… Read More

  Impact Stories
Written by whiteboard
Faith's role in an AIDS-free generation

Thanks to both advances in technology and programs that transform behavior and attitudes, fewer children are contracting HIV from their mothers, bringing the dream of an AIDS-free generation closer to reality. With World AIDS Day coming on December 1 and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary… Read More

  Impact Stories

A Millennial’s view on the fight against AIDS

Written by Dave Curtis

Remember when people from around the world collaborated together on a massive quilt that completely covered The Mall in Washington DC? Remember when future Hall-of-Fame Basketball great, Magic Johnson, shocked the world by retiring early and revealing he was HIV-positive? For those of us that are considered Millenials (or Generation Y if you prefer), we’ve lived through a transformation. Arguably, one of the greatest societal shifts in perceptions and attitudes. Read More

  Uncategorized

Faith Summit on AIDS Receives Accolades

Written by Dave Evans

Yesterday was an exciting day here in Washington DC. As the AIDS2012 mega-conference with its 20,000 participants continued in the city, I spoke at a side Summit on the role of the Christian faith in the fight against AIDS. I was thrilled to be… Read More

  News & Announcements
Written by Dave Evans
In Faith Toward an AIDS-Free Generation

As I prepare to serve on a discussion panel tomorrow with Rick Warren of Saddleback Church, Raj Shah of USAID, Lois Quam of the U.S. State Department, and others, I am amazed and humbled by what the international faith community has helped to accomplish over the past… Read More

  News & Announcements

Magic Johnson, HIV/AIDS and No Denial

Written by Eileen O'Gorman

The AIDS 2012 Conference will be taking place in Washington, D.C., from July 22-27. In anticipation of this gathering that will connect AIDS experts from around the world, PBS’ Frontline aired a program this week on the disease, specifically as it has affected African Americans. Read More

  Impact Stories

Focusing on young people is key to stopping the AIDS pandemic

Written by Mary Kaech

AIDS orphans are so abundant in our world that many people recognize today, May 7, as World AIDS Orphans Day. There are some 15 million AIDS orphans in sub-Saharan Africa alone and, over the past few weeks, we've highlighted a few of them in our Poverty 180 blog. In case… Read More

  Child Sponsorship
Written by Mary Kaech
All on their own -- A family of HIV-positive AIDS orphans

It's hard for me to imagine a situation more desperate than a child born with a deadly disease — the same disease that killed both her parents. canexback At age 13, Mihiret assumed the role of mother over her two younger siblings aged 9 and 7. AIDS consumed both of… Read More

  Child Sponsorship

Ugandan orphan determined to cure AIDS

Written by Mary Kaech

Many people are crushed by adversity, but some harness it to fuel their dreams. “I will be a medical doctor,” says Joel who, at age 10, grieved the deaths of both his parents. “I wish to establish this drug that will cure AIDS. It has taken many people, including some… Read More

  Child Sponsorship

Committed caregiver makes all the difference for woman suffering from AIDS

Written by Mary Kaech

In rural parts of Africa, it can be a struggle for HIV-positive people to access antiretroviral (ARV) therapy — drugs that extend and improve the quality of life. To those who can get the drugs, however, a possibly even bigger hurdle is to take them on a perfect schedule. If… Read More

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