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Written by Jess Bell
Hope The Size of a Vegetable Seed

“A seed neither fears light nor darkness, but uses both to grow.” ― Matshona Dhliwayo Between natural disasters, food shortages, and the widespread pandemic, a lot of families are currently struggling to provide their families with enough food, let alone proper nutrition. Did you know at least half of… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together

How Swimming Lessons Save Lives in Vietnam

Written by Beth Allen

In a mountain town in northern Vietnam, Food for the Hungry (FH) is helping children get to school safely — with swimming lessons. Hung is a 12-year-old boy from a community in Thai Nguyen province. He’s one of many students for whom the walk to school… Read More

  Child Sponsorship

Sowing Seeds of Hope: A Widow’s Road to Recovery

Written by Esther Martinez

Sowing seeds and harvesting crops was a way of life for Rosita and her family in Mozambique. As a widow and mother of 8 children and 2 granddaughters, farming was key to their very survival. With many mouths to feed, Rosita, 45, worked hard to provide for her… Read More

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Written by Beth Allen
Update: How You Changed A Life with One Goat

Back in 2016, we shared a story about a teen named Alice from Uganda, whose life changed when she received a goat from Food for the Hungry (FH). At the time, by Alice’s own admission, “Life in general [was not] smooth on… Read More

  Child Sponsorship

How Sports Promote Peace in Refugee Camps and Host Communities

Written by Carrie Woodward

Do you remember the last time you joined with friends or family to compete in a game or contest? Maybe you teamed up and won. Or maybe you were on the losing side, but you enjoyed every second of the competition. Competitive games and sports are… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together

Transforming Communities through Clean Water

Written by Brooke Wente

Access to clean water has the power of transforming communities. For you and I, we probably don’t think much about our access to water. We go to the kitchen sink, and water comes out, hot or cold. And it’s usually drinkable, or we have a filter… Read More

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Written by Wendy McMahan
What Is the Meaning of the Golden Rule?

In Matthew 7:12 Jesus says, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." What does the Golden Rule mean, and what wisdom can we gain from studying it? Read More

  Faith

Three Creative Ways to Change the World in 24 Hours

Written by Esther Martinez

Do you have a desire to change the world and help those in need, but don’t know where to start? You’re not alone. With more and more problems facing us every day, “changing the world” can feel like a big, nearly insurmountable task. It doesn’t have to be. Read More

  Ending Poverty Together

Toilet Talk: A Good Wee Is Worth The Wait

Written by Jess Bell

As humans, we all have the same basic needs: food, water, shelter, sleep…etc. But there’s one thing we often skip on the list of needs. We all have to use the toilet. While most of us reading this blog likely have access to a toilet, that’s not the case everywhere… Read More

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Written by Esther Martinez
Pursuing An Education Despite the Odds

“One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world.” —Malala Yousafzai, education activist As each new day of 2020 brings more anxiety and stress over the current state of global and local events, it’s important to celebrate the good news and stories of success… Read More

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Why A Christian Approach to Poverty Matters

Written by Luis Noda

Long-term FH staff member Luis Noda. Luis has always championed a Christian approach to poverty alleviation. A Christian Approach to Poverty I have worked in international relief and development for more than 27 years, beginning when I finished college in my home country of Bolivia. Read More

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Our Favorite Child Sponsorship Letters: Edition #2

Written by Beth Allen

Last year, 600,000 pieces of correspondence and letters were lovingly delivered between child sponsors and their sponsored children. The notes, Easter and Christmas cards, “get to know me better letters”, and other correspondence consistently brings joy to both children and sponsors. In this regular blog series, we’re sharing some of… Read More

  Child Sponsorship
Written by Jess Bell
Taste the World: Mangú con Los Tres Golpes Recipe [DR]

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. At least, I am a firm believer that it should be. As a self-proclaimed breakfast snob, I’m excited to be sharing a breakfast recipe with you today! Today’s recipe comes from the Dominican Republic. FH has been present in the DR since 1979 when relief… Read More

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COVID-19 Hotline Helps Moms Fight Anxiety, Depression

Written by Beth Allen

For Marta*, a busy mom in one of Lima’s disadvantaged neighborhoods, Food for the Hungry’s COVID-19 hotline is her lifeline. Peru has been in strict lockdown for months to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Yet recent reports warned that the epidemic is… Read More

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New Beginnings: Supporting Venezuelan Refugees in Lima

Written by Alice Zhang

In 2016, I was zipping across Lima, Peru in brightly-colored mototaxis, visiting various savings groups as part of a microfinance project I was serving with. Under the same gray skies, thousands of Venezuelan refugees were seeking new beginnings in their new home country. Soon, there was a visible difference. They… Read More

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