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Rwanda: Country of Hope

In my six years with Food for the Hungry (FH), I have traveled to 15-plus countries. Each country has threads of similarities, but ultimately, each makes its own unique fabric. Rwanda was by far one of the most surprising countries I have visited. On my first visit to Kigali, Rwanda, I was there on study […]

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Comic Books Help End Violence

According to a study conducted by Food for the Hungry (FH), in some areas of Ethiopia, as many as 60 percent of women believe that a husband is justified in beating his wife if she burns food or argues with him. Forty-four percent of women feel that denying sex is a justifiable reason for a […]

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Homes for Syrian Refugees

According to the most recent United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) report there are now more than 2.5 million Syrian refugees displaced from their homes, with 936,861 Syrian refugees in Lebanon and 577,786 in Jordan. With bombings and chemical warfare happening in civilian Syrian communities, the majority of these refugees have lost loved ones […]

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Fighting Human Trafficking Through Education

In recent years, many of us have become aware of the horrific, growing problem of human trafficking. We know that it happens in the areas we live, and also across the world. We know that there are millions of children, women and men ensnared in this heinous world of abuse. But we don’t always know […]

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God in the Field

Love manifests in such mysterious ways. Many times, the way God works is difficult to comprehend, hard to grasp. This is exemplified in the story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead in John 11: 3-4: So the sisters sent word to Him, saying, “Lord, behold, he whom You love is sick.” But when Jesus […]

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Equality for Women is …

I have been given the freedom to use my voice.  It’s a unique freedom, when considering the rest of the world. As a woman, I use my voice to rally the cause of other women who don’t  have the right to speak up against injustice. While there is much to celebrate in the way of […]

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Seeing Romans 8 on Mission Trips

Circumstances and experiences – like mission trips – mold us. Other influences are our behavior, education, and genetics – all creating our personality—but the circumstances of our lives really send lessons home in our hearts and minds. I recently learned again how the work at FH ministers to others. I was sitting in church last […]

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Former Sponsored Child on a Mission

Whenever I go on a mission trip with Food for the Hungry (FH), most of the people I meet are surprised to learn that I live in America. When I say I’m a U.S. citizen, they chuckle or give me a confused look. I can understand why. I grew up in a small city in […]

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The Red Zone: Child Hunger

In combatting child hunger, the red zone of a MUAC band tells health workers that a child needs help. Food for the Hungry (FH) care group leaders wrap the band around a child’s arm—if it shows red, the child is underweight. It’s a fast and easy way to get critical information and show parents proof […]

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Helping Children Dream Big

Once upon a time, I wanted to be an astronaut when I grew up. My childhood was filled with the wonder of the “race to the moon” years.  I have vivid memories of watching the grainy telecasts from the space capsules and the lunar surface. When I was about 11, I won an award in […]

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