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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

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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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Update: How You Changed A Life with One Goat

Written by Beth Allen

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

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Written by Brooke Wente
Transforming Communities through Clean Water

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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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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Pursuing An Education Despite the Odds

Written by Esther Martinez

“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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Written by Beth Allen
COVID-19 Hotline Helps Moms Fight Anxiety, Depression

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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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

  Featured
Written by Jess Bell
Ethiopia is Practicing Social Distancing, Too

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

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Community Sponsorship: Discovering the Joy of Sacrifice and Giving

Written by Esther Martinez

When Julie Hales and her family made the decision to sponsor two children in Indonesia through Food for the Hungry (FH), she was inspired and intrigued by the idea of community sponsorship. In her town of Garner, North Carolina, Julie had been to several… Read More

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The Mother-Daughter Duo Inspiring Us On Mother's Day

Written by Carrie Woodward

Mothers go to enormous lengths to care for and protect their children to ensure that they grow up healthy, safe, and strong. Because we know their incredible power to impact lives in their families and communities, Food for the Hungry (FH) intentionally walks alongside mothers in more than… Read More

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Written by Beth Allen
How a Garden Became a Philippines Coronavirus Response

When the president of the Philippines declared a coronavirus lockdown for metro Manila on March 16, 2020, it panicked many families Food for the Hungry (FH) works with. But an urban garden became a weapon against lost income and despair for one group of mothers, who… Read More

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Earth Day: A Day of Remembrance

Written by Josh Ayers

The Very First Earth Day April 22, 1970 seemed like any other Wednesday. Plopping down in armchairs all across the country, Americans flicked on their televisions for their daily update. They heard about Vietnam, the recently instituted draft, and the anti-war protests at home. The soft glow and warm hues… Read More

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What It Takes to Help a Community in Need

Written by Esther Martinez

While the answer may differ for everyone, for Steve Wille in Phoenix, Arizona, answering God’s call to help a community in need meant immersing himself fully in another country. It also meant remembering to bring his work gloves! A Desire to Help the Most Vulnerable… Read More

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