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The Blog

Written by Lisa Easterbrooks
How FH Overcomes Barriers to Childhood Literacy

Can you imagine spending 5 or 6 years in primary school without learning how to read? Sadly, this is a reality for many children around the world today. Globally, two-thirds of children (approximately 68 percent) will reach the last grade of primary… Read More

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Africa Updates: What God Is Doing in 2019

Written by Carrie Woodward

Food for the Hungry in Africa Update This year, Food for the Hungry (FH) continues walking alongside people in eight beautiful and distinctive countries on the very diverse African continent. We walk alongside Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Sudan, and Uganda…just a… Read More

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Asia Updates: What God Is Doing in 2019

Written by Chellsea Fort

Every summer, we send out Country Updates to sponsors like you and reflect on the exciting progress we are seeing in the thousands of communities we work in around the globe. Food for the Hungry (FH) operates in nearly 20 countries across Africa, Asia, and Latin America. In each of these… Read More

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Written by Alice Zhang
Latin America Updates: What God Is Doing in 2019

Every summer, we send out Country Updates to sponsors like you and reflect on the exciting progress we are seeing in the thousands of communities we work in around the globe. Food for the Hungry (FH) operates in nearly 20 countries across Africa, Asia, and Latin America. In each of these countries, we… Read More

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5 Things To Include in Your Child Sponsorship Letters

Written by Kendra Szabo

A few times a year, we at Food for the Hungry (FH) send you a letter from your sponsored child. They typically tell you about their favorite classes, their hobbies, their family. Then they usually will ask you a question. That’s one prompt for your response, but what else is… Read More

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Ending Poverty, Together: The "Nature" of Child Sponsorship

Written by Doug Penick

This story is part of our brand-new series “Ending Poverty, Together.” It will be dedicated to sharing the special and inspiring stories of all those who travel to Food for the Hungry fields, whether they are staff members, supporters, or partners. Follow along as each person shares the impact… Read More

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Written by Beth Allen
How Intergenerational Learning Led Me to K-Drama

I’ve spent 20 years in school, all the way up to an MBA, and did well in classroom settings. But right now, I’m really loving learning through intergenerational learning — where my peers of all ages are my teachers, and the laptop and TV my textbooks. A recent news article caught… Read More

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The Virtue of Learning Patience

Written by Jeremy Reis

Patience is a word we try and teach our kids, but sometimes shy away from when it comes to our own character building. Read More

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Vitamins and Self-Care are Important in the Developing World, Too

Written by Alice Zhang

From A to B-Complex and zinc, multivitamins have slowly nurtured their way back into the public eye. In the midst of the self-care movement, multivitamins (once a chore ordained by your mother: “take your vitamins!”) are having a major moment. A new wave of direct-to-consumer, subscription brands now… Read More

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Written by Esther Martinez
3 Hidden Costs of Being a Refugee

Refugee [noun]: A person who has been forced to leave their country due to war, persecution, or natural disaster. We’ve all seen photos of refugee camps. Tents stretch on for miles and thousands of families line up for food and water. Nights are cold, little ones cough and cry, and hope is… Read More

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How Do You Shape Thankful Hearts with Family?

Written by Mike Meyers

What do free time and the holidays have in common? Frankly, not always a lot, since holidays can be an busy time of year. But when I do carve out free time, I always make sure to talk to my kids about being generous. How many times do we take the… Read More

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How Child Sponsorship Cultivates FH's Five Values

Written by Carrie Woodward

Since Food for the Hungry (FH) released our Heartbeat, the guiding principles that lead us toward our mission to end poverty, it has been a joy to find the multitude of ways that the five core values appear throughout all of FH’s work. Read More

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Written by Elizabeth Van Zyl
5 Pieces of Poverty-Related Legislation You Should Support this Fall

As you’re updating your voter registration and reading up on candidates ahead of midterm elections on November 6, add one more thing to your political to-do list: advocate for the following international poverty-focused legislation. While foreign assistance makes up less than 0.5% of the federal budget,… Read More

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Teachers Put Children on New Paths

Written by Beth Allen

Think for a moment: Are there teachers who changed your life? Many of us remember teachers who put us on new directions. Or maybe you can think of a teacher who came into your child’s life at exactly the right time. Sokros, age 17, is one of myriad children in… Read More

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Letter Writing isn't a Dying Art in Child Sponsorship

Written by Sara Chambers

What is it about getting a handwritten letter in the mail? Not an email, or a text message or some kind random shout out on Instagram or Facebook, but a handwritten note. In all honesty, I’m a bit sad that this is a dying art and it’s… Read More

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