Children are the most vulnerable when violence, famine, or disaster strikes. But you can be there for them with your additional pledge of $7 per month!
Bring Hope in Disaster
Time is of the essence when disaster strikes a community. You can bring hope to the hard places in times of disaster by adding a gift below to provide support immediately through Food for the Hungry’s dedicated emergency teams.
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Luis Noda is the Vice President of Transformational Engagement at Food for the Hungry (FH) and serves out of FH’s office in Washington, D.C. Luis has more than 26 years of experience in international development. He has had a progressive career through different roles at a Global South country level and internationally. He is the longest executive team leader in FH, having served for more than a decade.
Luis’ extensive education background includes a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Engineering from UMSS in Bolivia, a master’s degrees in Agricultural Development from the University of Ghent in Belgium, and a master’s degree in Development Evaluation and Management from the Institute of Development Policy and Management at the University of Antwerp in Belgium.
Luis was born and raised in La Paz, Bolivia, but now lives with his wife Jimena and their two children in the Washington, D.C. area.