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Educating Families on Education in Bangladesh

Most parents consider the education of their children as one of the basic needs of life and do not compromise to provide them with it. But sadly, not all children are lucky enough to have support from their parents. Many children in Bangladesh do not have the access or parents do not have the ability […]

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David Curtis with Food for the Hungry in a flood zone

Kayla Mueller: The Alternative Narrative for the Millennial Generation

Kayla Mueller’s death is by all means a human tragedy. The story of this 26-year-old woman, devoting her life to helping others in far away places is not supposed to end with her tragic death in the custody of terrorists. It’s not supposed to end with candle vigils and prayer services. And thankfully, that is […]

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What Will Happen to Me?

“The first question which the priest and the Levite asked was: ‘If I stop to help this man, what will happen to me?’ But, the Good Samaritan reversed the question: ‘If I do not stop to help this man, what will happen to him?’” ~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. What will happen to me? When […]

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Strengthening Healthcare Systems in Northern Uganda

During the mid to late 80s, what began as a cultist movement, led to the formation of a rebel army that terrorized Northern Uganda for over 20 years. The Lords Resistance Army was responsible for some of the worst atrocities ever seen in modern-day wars. Children were either abducted or killed, women were raped and […]

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The Devastation of Fire in Ethiopia

If you have ever experienced the devastation of fire, you will be able to relate to the families who lost all their earthly possessions in the fires that swept through the Kersa Dako Kebele[1] on February 26, 2014. Dealing with the consequences of fire requires a special sensitivity between responders and victims. Devising appropriate solutions […]

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What Is “Success” In the Fight To End Poverty?

One month into a new year! How are you doing on your resolutions? Making progress towards your goals? To me the first month of the year is always full of adrenaline. Boldly making changes or commitments to ensure we meet our new goals. Doing our best to arrange our lives to set ourselves up for […]

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Cutting Down On Deforestation in Ethiopia

Deforestation is a global reality that significantly contributes to climate change. Who knows this better than Ethiopians, who have suffered through severe drought in recent decades? They have endured years of displacement and starvation. Those in rural areas often suffer the most. And yet, despite this reality, thoughtful women like Workinesh Bayisa, continue to cut […]

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FH Fills in for Punxsutawney Phil

As our thoughts turn from the bitter cold that some areas are experiencing to the hopes of warm spring days, the anticipation of planting a new garden is on the minds of those who enjoy fresh vegetables. Groundhog Day, on February 2 this year, pinpoints our focus as we wait to see what Punxsutawney Phil […]

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The Super Bowl of Human Trafficking

The Super Bowl will be played in Food for the Hungry’s hometown of Phoenix on February 1, 2015. That means tens of thousands of visitors will be in town to see the game, or just to party. Sadly, some of that partying will involve prostitution. And some portion of the “sex-for-money trade” will involve human […]

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The Value of a Selfie

If you have been around teenagers lately, you more than likely have knowledge of what is known in today’s society as a “selfie.” The definition of a selfie is simple. Essentially, a selfie is a picture designed to chronicle one thing — the person taking it. While the selfie originated amongst those in younger generations, it […]

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