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FH Draft Picks: Top 5 for Fighting Poverty

I am admittedly a huge fan of the National Football League (NFL). The New England Patriots are like family members to me. But strangely enough, the most exciting time of year for me as a football fan is not during the season … it’s now! On May 8, the NFL draft will captivate the imaginations […]

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Peru Recipe: Olluco with Charqui

Food for the Hungry (FH) works in the Huancavelica communities in Peru where Olluco with Charqui (dried meat) is a traditional food. Olluco, also known as Ullucus, is a cross between a jicama and potato. Despite containing highly nutritious ingredients such as olluco, jerky and rice, Mrs. Rosa, who is a volunteer mother in Cachi […]

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On the Frontlines Against Poverty: Meet Um Phor

When you join Food for the Hungry (FH) to end all forms of poverty, know that you are walking alongside an army of field staff who not only know their stuff but are impassioned by the transforming love of God. They are on the frontlines of the fight against poverty. They’re the ones who visit […]

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In the Power of Christ

Greetings from Ethiopia. Imagine that you woke up this morning and Jesus was sitting on the edge of your bed. His presence fills the room with deep peace and awesome power. You feel Him touch your shoulder and hear Him say your first name. And then He simply invites you to follow Him with the […]

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The Organic Farming Network

As many celebrate taking care of God’s creation on Earth Day, marked on April 22, Food for the Hungry (FH) is contributing to teaching others to be good stewards of our environment. FH has introduced organic farming practices to Burundian farmers for providing more food to help reduce the two-thirds of the population living below […]

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Imprisoned for His Faith…Meet FH Staff Kebede

Our church team returned home from a joy-filled trip to Ethiopia, where we met with orphans and single parents with HIV/AIDS. We also spent time with the local social workers employed by Food for the Hungry (FH), who regularly look after them. Travel in a foreign country – especially in rural Africa – presents Americans […]

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Child Sponsorship Helps Burn Victim

Did you know child sponsorship helps provide medical attention to your child and other children? Many of us take medical care for granted. When flu season approaches, many of us flock to the doctor to get vaccinations. When our allergies kick in, we head to the nearest pharmacy to get some allergy medicine. When we […]

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Bucket of Leeks: Gardening to End Poverty

After Cambodia’s civil war in 1987, many families in the Anlong Veng area were unable to pursue gardening and bought vegetables imported from Thailand. They spent their little money on vegetables—and on medical care. The vegetables were sprayed with a toxic chemical fertilizer that caused families to be sick. Chhit Pok’s family faced the same […]

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Recipe for Saving a Life

Information is all around us for improving life. Bombarding us on the radio, television and computer—we are constantly being educated. While this steady stream of latest studies might seem like a nuisance at times, it’s a luxury that many people living in poverty go without. For instance, the health information shared with us on a […]

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Child Malnutrition Impacts a Nation’s GDP

Carolyn Wetzel Chen, Chief Grants Officer at Food for the Hungry (FH), told a congressional subcommittee in March that, “The period of time from a start of a woman’s pregnancy to her child’s second birthday lays the foundation for a child’s lifelong health, cognitive development and future potential.” She went on to say that under […]

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