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In the Midst of Struggles, God is Still Working

This story isn’t over yet. Mork Nget and his family have experienced incredible breakthroughs, overcome overwhelming challenges, and taken enormous steps forward in their fight to break free from extreme… Read More

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Little Nganji was not a healthy child. Just watching the four-year-old boy for a few minutes, anyone could spot his pain and discomfort. He didn’t smile and wouldn’t play with… Read More

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A month on from Devex World 2022, and how are we doing? Close to 1000 leaders, practitioners, thinkers and funders converged in Washington DC in July to wrestle… Read More

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Growing as Parents with the Word of God

God’s Word isn’t silent on the subject of parenting. That’s especially helpful for families in Peru, where family violence is a cultural norm. When Reynalda, a mother… Read More

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"God Gives Us What We Need"

When ‘complicated’ becomes ‘critical’ It’s a beautiful thing to see firsthand: Even when other people can’t or won’t help, God gives us exactly what we need – when we need… Read More

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This week is World Breastfeeding Week, and this year’s theme, Step up for Breastfeeding: Educate and Support, seeks to… Read More

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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… Read More

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Stitch by Stitch, a Better Future is Fashioned

A better future often seems like an impossible dream to the teens and young adults living in the most impoverished communities around the world. In countries like… Read More

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From Sleepless Nights to Hope-Filled Future

Today, Rith looks at her family’s future filled with hope. She believes her children will one day escape poverty for good and achieve their God-given potential. But she didn’t always… Read More

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Farm Tools, Training Help Families Find New Income Avenues

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We Need to Stop Talking About a Refugee Crisis

Since I was a child, I have always been interested in poetry. At the beginning of the Syrian revolution in 2011, which turned into a conflict in less… Read More

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The Many Blessings of Water

When a family or community gains access to a well, pipeline, or other quality water source for the first time, it means clean, safe water for everyone to drink. And… Read More

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Faith-based Organizations Need to Embrace Gender Equity, Equality

In Psalm 139, David wrote: “For it was You who created my inward parts; You knit me together in my mother’s womb. I will praise You because I have been… Read More

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Well Repair in a Drought Delivers Clean Water

What do you do if you need an emergency plumbing or well repair? You quickly call your local plumber or well service provider. Help is on the way. It didn’t work that way for Tune, a mother living in rural Kenya. A deep water well – or borehole – broke… Read More

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Mothers Empower Girls to Stay in School

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Around the globe, extreme poverty holds mothers and girls back in so many ways. For instance, in countries like Bangladesh, adolescent girls are often forced into arranged marriages to alleviate the “burden” they have on financially strapped parents. As a result, these girls have to… Read More

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Why Indigenous Women are Key to Climate Resilience

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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… Read More

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Growing Hope from Vegetable Seeds

Rose is growing vegetables in her new garden – alongside a much more important crop. There’s no fruit – or trees of any kind – in her garden. And she planted no flowers. But this second crop is flourishing along with all her cabbages. Rose is cultivating hope – for… Read More

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A Family's Legacy Transformed

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What is a family’s legacy? It’s the foundation on which future generations will build; the soil into which each child and grandchild will plant their dreams. But tragically, for too many families around the world, extreme poverty is the legacy that has passed from parent to child as far back… Read More

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Celebrating the Gift of Clean Water: World Water Day 2022

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One in three people in the world still does not have access to clean water. Water is essential for life, but it is something so many take for granted every day. We expect it to be immediately available when we get out of bed in the morning to… Read More

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Big Sister Leads Her Family Toward a Brighter Future

Sylvine is the ultimate big sister. After her Mom died and Dad left, the 25-year-old woman stepped up for her five younger siblings, ranging in age from 20 to 4. Such a feat would be impressive in any situation. But Sylvine lives in especially dire circumstances. She and her brothers… Read More

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Gender Matters, More Than You Think

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Food for the Hungry (FH) is a Christian faith-based international relief and development organization, and gender equality is at the core of its biblical foundation. FH’s vision is anchored on the biblical truth that everyone is uniquely and specially made in the image of God, and regardless of gender, is… Read More

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Fragility to Resilience

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Food for the Hungry (FH) was honored to take part in the Fragility Forum 2022, a biennial event organized by The World Bank Group. Jonathan Papoulidis, Global Director of Fragility and Resilience at Food For The Hungry, spoke Monday, March 7, as part of an esteemed… Read More

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Mayra is a single mother in Nicaragua. Like most moms, Mayra has big dreams for her two beautiful girls, Seydeling, 12, and Meykelin, 15. She longs for them to attend school, to learn and grow, and eventually to graduate and achieve a bright future. But tragically, like… Read More

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Nutrition Training Saves the Lives of New Mothers

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Impossible, thought Guduro. She never imagined that she and her five children could experience such immeasurable joy – not after all the heartbreak and suffering they had endured. So it’s easy to imagine her surprise and delight when her joy increased, again and again, multiplying on itself beyond all she… Read More

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