Female Pakistani aid worker leads others with courage learned from her father and husband

This is not the typical story we hear about women in Pakistan. This account comes from David Burton, International Communications Officer for FH,  during a visit following the country’s worst floods in its history (floods began July 2010). Fields like this are not expected to recover and yield another crop until early 2012. On the […]

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What! No way….

Yes, if you’re like me, “What! No way…” is what you’ll say — at least a few times — when you take this National Geographic quiz about drinking water. I definitely scored a 40 percent the first time around. How did you do? Food for the Hungry is saving lives and improving the quality of life […]

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We need you to…Fast and Pray TODAY.

Today our elected officials are debating the US budget.  Please join with Food for the Hungry in praying for our elected officials and standing with the most vulnerable people in the world. Ambassador Tony Hall began an open-ended fast in response to Congress’ proposed budget cuts targeting vulnerable people in America and around the world […]

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Christians in Danger–Update from Ethiopia

According to assessments conducted by the Evangelical Churches Fellowship of Ethiopia, some 50 churches have been burned down and 10,000 people have been displaced by recent attacks on Christians by Muslim extremists in communities located near Jimma in the western Oromia region of Ethiopia.  The immediate needs of displaced families include food, shelter and medical […]

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What’s in a name? From Atonyawelo to Emmanuel

Once upon a time, there was a tiny girl whose name meant “child I shouldn’t have borne” — “Atonyawelo,” in the Lwo language of Northern Uganda. She was the product of rape endured by her 15-year-old mother, Betty. Betty was simply a pawn in a war … kidnapped by rebel soldiers and forced to kill […]

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Form A Spiritual Circle of Protection around the Vulnerable

Food for the Hungry Leadership invites you to join us in fasting and praying to protect the most vulnerable of this world.  Our fast will begin on Monday, March 28– along with many others participating in the HungerFast – and end Sunday, April 24.  We also invite you to join this time of prayer and fasting to collectively commit […]

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March 28: Join Food for the Hungry in the nation-wide HUNGER FAST

This article was originally published by hungerfast.org and can be found at: http://hungerfast.org/03/what-is-hungerfast-org In 1993, Congress eliminated the House Select Committee on Hunger, a bi-partisan committee created to address the needs of poor and hungry people at home and around the world. Congressman Tony P. Hall, often called the “conscience of the Congress,” responded by fasting for 22 […]

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Fasting, Prayer & Budget Cuts

March 23, 2011 01:21 PM Eastern Daylight Time Fasting, Prayer & Budget Cuts Coalition of Faith and Other Leaders Announce Campaign to Protect Programs for Vulnerable People –(BUSINESS WIRE)–In the midst of the political battle about the budget, a broad coalition of religious and other leaders will launch a new fasting, prayer and advocacy campaign to […]

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FH Staff Report from Japan

This article was originally posted on the Food for the Hungry Emergency Relief Blog. Emergency Response Director Peter Howard and FH Canada’s International Program Director Miyuki Numata arrived earlier this week in Japan to work alongside our local partners in their response to the earthquake and tsunami.  They were able to reach affected communities in Sendai […]

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Watch and Wait

Watch and wait DISASTER | One week after Japan’s massive earthquake, many victims are still looking for help | Jamie Dean Waiting for water in Ishinomaki (AP/Kyodo News) Japan missionary Russell Board compares post-earthquake Japan to post-9/11 America: “A stunning and unprecedented disaster, followed by a continuing state of threat and uncertainty.” The stunning disaster continued to […]

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