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The Humanitarian Side of Government and Elections

It is hard to believe that the first Tuesday in November, Election Day in the U.S., is just around the corner. And, as always, there are a number of questions that Americans need to ask about those officials and individuals who are seeking votes. One of the most important, and perhaps least thought of, is, “Is this […]

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Dave Evans, Food for the Hungry U.S. President, prays for Senator Lindsay Graham

Inspiring hope to end poverty

Her name is Gize. It means “time.” When she became a participant several years ago in Food for the Hungry’s (FH’s) USAID-funded program in Alaba, Ethiopia, Gize was unfortunately running out time. Another year of bad rains had combined with astronomical food prices, forcing her to sell the family ox, rent out her land to […]

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From Fishing to Farming Fish

Food for the Hungry (FH) was honored to host members of the 112th Congress, White House, United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and State Department for dinner last week. Our goal was to thank our long-standing partners and to initiate a fresh dialog about assisting the world’s most vulnerable people. . I shared three […]

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