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Written by Jess Bell
Qabale Finds Freedom in a Pad

In the US, we’re often uncomfortable talking about periods. Even when we’re talking about it among other women. But in parts of the world, the discomfort experienced from a period goes far beyond social discomfort. In some countries, girls aren’t allowed inside the house during their period. They aren’t allowed… Read More

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Pioneer Woman: Nicaraguan Artisan Finds Hope

Written by Esther Martinez

 What makes a woman a pioneer? Is it someone who changes the world or changes their world? We believe it’s both. When we think of the term “female pioneer,” familiar names like Susan B. Anthony, Marie… Read More

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7 Ways You Can Empower Girls on International Day of the Girl

Written by Alice Zhang

Every October 11, we celebrate the International Day of the Girl Child to celebrate the progress made, as well as take a long and hard look at how we can address the needs and challenges girls still face. We wanted to share with you 7 ways you can empower girls… Read More

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Written by Alice Zhang
Photo Essay: International Women's Day Around the Globe

Empowered Women Empower Women In our nearly 50 years of work in the developing world, we’ve seen that when women are empowered, everything changes. By equipping women with training and tools for their own development, entire communities can break the cycle of poverty. They start small businesses that contribute to economic progress, and use… Read More

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Here's What You Need To Know About Human Trafficking

Written by Samantha Harper

America, home of the free. But how accurate is that statement? Did you know that The International Labour Organization estimates that there are 40.3 million victims of human trafficking globally? 81% of them are trapped in forced labor 25% of them are children 75% are women and… Read More

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The Future is Female: Behind the Scenes of Your 2019 Artist's Edition Calendar

Written by Alice Zhang

Ordered something from the 2018 gift catalog? Read on to learn more about the complimentary 2019 artist’s edition wall calendar, included FREE with any purchase! (Note: A mailing address prompt for the calendar will appear after checkout). In nearly five decades of development work, we’ve learned a few things. Read More

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Written by Samantha Harper
How Leading by Faith is Changing Cultural Norms

Come with me across the world to Cambodia, where we can bear witness to the leadership Jesus modeled to us as followers of God’s word.  Miss Koam Trok is a 42 year old woman living in the Rohal Village located in Ta Siem commune is pioneering a path for women… Read More

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Why Mother's Day is Really About Peace and Unity

Written by Sara Chambers

Mother’s Day is almost here and if you’re like me, you’re hoping for a homemade card, breakfast, and for someone else to do the dishes. There might even be flowers involved.  Orchids are my favorite, but I like roses just as much as the next mama. Like many other holidays,… Read More

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Social Justice: How We Are Making Moves Toward a More Just World

Written by Samantha Harper

Social Justice 101: All human beings are born free and equal in human rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood (Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human rights, 1948). World Day of Social Justice is a… Read More

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Written by whiteboard
Women Discovering their God-given Gifts

Rashida shows her chicken farm and eggs. On the southern coast of Bangladesh, at the mouth of the Ganges, Rashida Begum lives with her husband and children in a village fighting to improve life. This area of the world is prone to destructive floods. Often when a… Read More

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Sugarcane Blossoms in Bangladesh

Written by whiteboard

Children help gather sugarcane from the field. I recently traveled to Food for the Hungry’s Habashpur project in mid-western Bangladesh. It was there I met one of our beneficiaries, Hashi Begum. She shared her story about… Read More

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A Little Savings, Saves Many

Written by whiteboard

Did you ever think that an individual’s effort to save as little as 15 cents per week could revolutionize a community? That’s what’s happening in Bangladesh, through the Kornofuli  savings group that Food for the Hungry (FH) sponsors. According to the World… Read More

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Written by whiteboard
Equality for Women is ...

Sondasa is a leader of women in Bangladesh. I have been given the freedom to use my voice.  It’s a unique freedom, when considering the rest of the world. As a woman, I use my voice to rally the cause of other women who don’t  have the… Read More

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Why I am passionate about sponsoring children

Written by Heidi Glynn

The teen with the red line down her forehead is married in a Hindu community in Bangladesh. What do teenagers (ages 13 to 18) living in the United States have in common with teenagers in the developing world?  Hunger. While a Bangladeshi teenager, age 13,… Read More

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South Sudan: Getting girls back into schools

Written by Alex Mwaura

Girls attending a school FH built in South Sudan as film crew documents their progress. This past July 9 marked the second anniversary of South Sudan’s independence. As the country starts making progress, it still faces challenges – especially in educating girls. But progress is… Read More

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