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Written by Wendy McMahan
The Poor You Will Always Have With You—What Did Jesus Mean?

Have you ever known someone who was really passionate about poverty? The kind of person who goes on short-term mission trips, donates to help the poor, and seems to truly believe that poverty can be overcome? You may have wondered if that person was really thinking straight. After… Read More

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How to Explain the Importance of Handwashing 

Written by Carrie Woodward

Germs Are Everywhere As you go about your day, you touch thousands of surfaces and objects. As you scroll on your iPhone. Open the fridge for a snack. Type on your computer keyboard. Clean up the Cheerios your toddler threw on the floor. Take the dog for… Read More

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8 Myths About Clean Water Around the World

Written by Taiwo Adesina & Rod Beadle

A natural resource that covers 71% of the Earth’s surface and makes up to 60% of our bodies, water contributes to life around the world, including providing food, income, and wellbeing. Yet, the global water crisis is commonly misunderstood! This World Water Day, Food for the Hungry experts in water,… Read More

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Written by Wendy McMahan
God's Story: Poverty Will End Forever

This post is the fifteenth (and final) in a series on God’s Story, the Foundation for FH’s Work in Relief and Development. Follow the series, starting with the first post. Pastor Aguek sat on the floor of his tent with his wife and… Read More

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Photo Essay: Powerful Photos Show A Day in the Life of Women Around the World

Written by Carrie Woodward

Every year, International Women’s Day celebrates the achievements of women around the globe. In addition to honoring the world’s remarkable women, the day reminds us that not all women are equipped to reach their God-given potential. At FH, that matters because our faith tells us that all people… Read More

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IDELA: 3 Case Studies Measuring Early Childhood Learning

Written by Jana Torrico

Communities cannot rise out of poverty if their children do not thrive. That’s why early learning education and development programs that set a strong foundation for a child’s capacity to learn throughout life are critical to later success. It spans across cognitive, social-emotional and language domains. It’s why the UN… Read More

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Written by Esther Martinez
7 New Year's Resolutions to Help End Poverty

Setting New Year’s resolutions is a great tradition that helps spark positive change as we head into the new year. As many know, sometimes just one resolution can significantly impact your life. We think this impact can go even further. As we approach a new year… Read More

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What Kind of Waiting is Advent Waiting?

Written by Beth Allen

There’s more than one kind of waiting in this world. And one of my favorites is what I’ll call advent waiting. There’s the kind of irksome waiting that feels like a waste of time: Standing in line at the driver’s license office. Stuck behind a dozen… Read More

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God's Story: A Plan for Your Life

Written by Wendy McMahan

This post is the eleventh in a series on God’s Story, the Foundation for FH’s Work in Relief and Development. Follow the series, starting with the first post.   Joseph and Evelyn discovered that they could have clean water using natural materials that could be… Read More

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Written by Alice Zhang
What Does the Bible Say About Poverty?

The Bible is the authoritative source for knowing God’s heart, his will, and our purpose as Christians. This is true also for how God calls us to serve the poor and those in poverty. At Food for the Hungry, our first value is “We follow Jesus.”… Read More

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You Might Be Surprised by the Best Ways to Support Coffee Farmers

Written by Carrie Woodward

When I was a child, my dad rose early in the morning, shuffled to the kitchen in well-worn slippers, and used the drip coffee pot to brew a cup of Folgers Classic Roast coffee. Those red canisters were a familiar part of my childhood, even while the taste… Read More

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Does the “Breakthrough” Model Apply to Poverty?

Written by Ed Hatch

A problem well-stated is a problem half-solved. This is an apt truism most of the time. But climbing a ladder with the expectation of picking the choice fruit at the top of the tree won’t yield success if the ladder is leaning on the wrong tree, or against… Read More

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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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5 Ways to Help Ethiopian Orphans Thrive

Written by Beth Allen

It’s a sad statistic–nearly 13% of the children in Ethiopia have lost one or both parents. That’s one of the highest percentages in the world. And UNICEF estimates there are some 800,000 Ethiopian orphans who have lost a parent to HIV/AIDS. In places like… Read More

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God's Story: The Fall Changed Everything

Written by Wendy McMahan

This post is the ninth in a series on God’s Story, the Foundation for FH’s Work in Relief and Development. Follow the series, starting with the first post. Ask any ten people for a definition of poverty, and you’re likely to get ten… Read More

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