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Written by Esther Martinez
Sowing Seeds of Hope: A Widow’s Road to Recovery

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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Three Creative Ways to Change the World in 24 Hours

Written by Esther Martinez

Do you have a desire to change the world and help those in need, but don’t know where to start? You’re not alone. With more and more problems facing us every day, “changing the world” can feel like a big, nearly insurmountable task. It doesn’t have to be. Read More

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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

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Written by Alice Zhang
New Beginnings: Supporting Venezuelan Refugees in Lima

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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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

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The Importance of Addressing Maternal Depression

Written by Erin Pfeiffer

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

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Written by Beth Allen
How a COVID-19 Partnership Boosts FH's Impact

Most of us are thinking of how much the coronavirus pandemic is subtracting from our lives (eating out, parties, church, family gatherings). But right now, Food for the Hungry (FH) is multiplying impact — via a COVID-19 partnership. Your donations to FH’s COVID-19 efforts provided emergency… Read More

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How Deworming Changed Gaston's Life

Written by Beth Allen

Gaston should have been running, playing, and studying like any 10-year-old boy in Burundi. But instead, he was fighting an infestation of intestinal worms — parasites that stole his life. Gaston’s mother, Imelde, reports that her son was vomiting after every meal. He would refuse food because he didn’t have… Read More

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The Poor You Will Always Have With You—What Did Jesus Mean?

Written by Wendy McMahan

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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Written by Carrie Woodward
How to Explain the Importance of Handwashing 

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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God's Story: Poverty Will End Forever

Written by Wendy McMahan

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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Written by Esther Martinez
Overcoming All Odds: One Refugee’s Story of Determination

For the most vulnerable in our world, attending school and finding a stable job afterward can be seen as beating the odds. That’s because millions of children don’t have access to educational opportunities or families don’t have enough income to pay for school fees. These obstacles are hard… 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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