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A Chance For Higher Education

Have you ever wondered how child sponsorship helps children continue their studies to reach future goals? Food for the hungry (FH) child sponsorship in Bangladesh helps children to continue their studies when parents are unable to do so. Nazmul Hossan, a former sponsored child, is one of example of this assistance. Nazmul is a student of […]

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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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Bringing Joy Through Partnership

As a child, can you remember back to how you felt when you got a surprise or gift? I’m guessing it brings back memories of joy and happiness. Recently, Food for the Hungry (FH) staff in Bangladesh were able to provide this same kind of joy to over 470 sponsored children in Dhaka City. In partnership […]

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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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Sponsored Child Gets Eye Surgery

Imagine watching your child grow sicker each day and knowing if only you had the money, you could help her. That was the case for the parents of a child named Fatima living in the PB Coastal area of Bangladesh, an area where Food for the Hungry (FH) offers child sponsorship. From her early childhood, […]

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Bangladesh: Making Tadka Dal

Food for the Hungry (FH) works in Bangladesh where tadka dal is a staple dish served in many communities. This specific recipe and demonstration comes from FH staff living in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, where families are starting to have food stability. Through savings groups, women are learning to run their own small business […]

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Women Discovering their God-given Gifts

On the southern coast of Bangladesh, at the mouth of the Ganges, Rashida Begum lives with her husband and children in a village fighting to improve life. This area of the world is prone to destructive floods. Often when a family gets ahead, some sort of natural disaster will set them back again. Rashida grew […]

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Infants Get Healthy Start to Life

Maternal mortality remains a major challenge in many developing countries. But in Bangladesh, efforts to reduce maternal deaths are paying off. In the past ten years, the number of Bangladeshi women who died during childbirth dropped from 322 to 194 (out of 100,000 women). For this reason, Bangladesh is optimistic that it may actually achieve […]

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Sugarcane Blossoms in Bangladesh

I recently traveled to Food for the Hungry’s Habashpur project in mid-western Bangladesh. It was there I met one of our beneficiaries, Hashi Begum. She shared her story about how her father was a poor farmer. How it was difficult for him to provide for his children. Hashi studied and graduated from eighth grade in […]

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