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Something Old, Something New in FH Projects

No, we aren’t talking about what a bride should wear to her wedding! Rather, we are talking about 2014 melting into 2015, and the role Food for the Hungry (FH) finds itself playing during that transition. There are a number of FH projects – sponsored programs that will come to an end on December 31. Programs that dedicated […]

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Christmas in Bangladesh

Christmas is that time of year when many of us around the world are consumed with the desire to give gifts to others. For some, the norm is to wake up Christmas morning and see gifts under the tree. Yet, for some children, this is completely out of their realm of understanding. Believe it or not, […]

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Indonesia after the Tsunami: Ten Years Later

It is hard to believe that 10 years have passed since the world’s largest recorded earthquake prompted a tsunami that devastated Sumatra, Indonesia. On this tenth anniversary, Food for the Hungry (FH) continues to help people recover their livelihoods. How People Got Caught Off Guard A tsunami is formed by the displacement of water — […]

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Typhoon Haiyan: A Year Later

A year after Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines with its 195-mile-per-hour winds, progress is being made in helping people to rebuild their lives. Food for the Hungry (FH) immediately responded with life-saving supplies to communities that were completely destroyed. FH also provided child-friendly spaces to provide a safe place for children to learn and play. To […]

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Help a Child, Change the World

Sarah is no stranger to the child sponsorship program at Food for the Hungry (FH). An enthusiastic sponsor, she also works at FH in the child sponsorship department. Growing up, Sarah’s family emphasized the importance of a vibrant relationship with Jesus and an education. Food for the Hungry has the same priorities. “They (FH) teach […]

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Land to Grow On

Ev Lay, 38, is a farmer living with her husband, Som Keo and her four children in Tropeang Run village in Cambodia. Her time in this village started off very hard. Before moving to Tropeang Run village, Ev Lay and her husband would leave her children home to care for each other (including an infant) […]

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Birthdays Remind Us of God’s Goodness

Birthdays are a good reminder of what God has given us. It is much more than an occasion to receive gifts. Birthdays are a chance to remember the day that a major event occurred, to celebrate and give thanks and to reflect upon how God make things possible in our lives. In fact, reminders are […]

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Bringing Hope to the Sick

Sok Ren, age 63, is a single woman living in a small home in Cambodia with her son. She has cirrhosis, which is a scarring of the liver. Most days, she doesn’t have an appetite, feels weak and notices her skin turning jaundice. Her disease is fatal, and with no husband, she fears what will […]

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A Learning Environment

When you’re a child, it can be hard to achieve simple tasks, like going to school, when no one around you cares about your efforts. A good learning environment for children is more than a classroom, it involves the child’s home and community. For Pov Sokum, age 17, trying to get an education in her […]

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Update: Typhoon Rammasun Recovery

On July 15, Typhoon Rammasun hit eastern Philippines with 150 mile-per-hour winds, destroying homes and leaving 430,000 people displaced. Food for the Hungry (FH) started working immediately in the regions of Sula and Bicol to assess the needs of homeless families. FH is preparing to distribute food to 390 families in Sula. In Bicol, FH […]

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