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The Blog

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


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


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


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


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

Written by Food for the Hungry
Statement from Food for the Hungry on Racial Injustice

On the eve of Juneteenth, the day rightfully dedicated to commemorating the end of slavery and the importance of Black freedom and Black lives, Food for the Hungry affirms and proclaims that Black lives matter. We stand in solidarity with our Black colleagues, friends, neighbors, and brothers and sisters in… Read More


6 Child-Friendly Podcasts for Dads with Curious Kids

Written by Carrie Woodward

Here at Food for the Hungry (FH) we love to celebrate dads and the vital role that fathers play in raising healthy children, supporting education, fostering imagination, and building thriving communities for the next generation. The first 1,000 days are so important to a child’s health and development, giving… Read More


The Whiting Family: Giving with Joyful Hearts

Written by Brooke Wente

The Whiting family is giving with joyful hearts. And God calls us to do just that, to be a cheerful giver. Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. 2 Corinthians 9:7   Giving with Joyful… Read More

  Child Sponsorship
Written by Angelica Leal
A Child's Life Changed: Anianna's Story

El Kennedy: Before FH A decade ago, Food for the Hungry started working in El Kennedy, a community in the Dominican Republic. Like many of its counterparts in the DR, El Kennedy faced poverty that threatened its community members. While the Dominican Republic… Read More

  Child Sponsorship

Sintayehu’s Story: From Vulnerable Orphan to Thriving Entrepreneur

Written by Esther Martinez

Orphan Beginnings As an orphan in Ethiopia, Sintayehu has no memory of her parents. Sadly, she was abandoned as a child. Her foster father, Asmamaw, found her living on the street when she was only five years old. Although Sintayehu was grateful to be taken in by another… Read More


Schooling at Home: 3 Factors That Encourage Internal Motivation

Written by Lisa Easterbrooks

During COVID-19, I’ve been struggling with motivation with my transition to working from home. My eight-year-old daughter has also struggled with completing school work at home. It’s been a stressful time for parents and children whose routines have been turned upside down. It has made me think a… Read More

Written by Erin Pfeiffer
The Importance of Addressing Maternal Depression

For many women, becoming a mother is one of life’s major milestones. But we also know that for some women, the first step towards motherhood can be a hard one. In low- and middle-income countries, a staggering one in five mothers experiences depression after birth. Because… Read More


What Is the Meaning of “Whoever Watches the Wind Will Not Plant”?

Written by Wendy McMahan

It’s planting season in the northern hemisphere. For gardeners like me, spring is the most hopeful time of the year. My garden is full of young plants promising tomatoes, melons, and zucchini by the end of the summer. Of course, not every plant will produce what its seed… Read More


Ethiopia is Practicing Social Distancing, Too

Written by Jess Bell

As we all know, COVID-19 has put many things on pause. In the U.S., we’ve been practicing social distancing, proper handwashing, and good hygiene and sanitation habits. FH Ethiopia, in collaboration with a task force, has also ensured that community members are also taking these precautions very seriously. But how?… Read More