The 8 Most Creative COVID-19 Pivots of 2020

We are all experiencing the coronavirus pandemic together. And there are many creative COVID-19 pivots. Such as how we communicate information to how we are connecting with friends and family. We are all doing things differently because of this global pandemic. We asked our staff worldwide to share the creative pivots our teams put into […]
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The World Food Programme: A Timely Nobel Award

As a longstanding friend and partner, Food for the Hungry (FH) commends the United Nations’ World Food Programme (WFP) on their prestigious and distinctive 2020 Nobel Peace Prize award.  On October 9, 2020, the Nobel Committee recognized the WFP for their leadership in combating global hunger, which contributes to conditions that promote peace.   This is […]
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Handwashing Day: How Cambodians Fight COVID-19

Did you know that October 15 is Global Handwashing Day? We know handwashing is an important part of good health and hygiene, especially in a time of COVID-19. We are routinely taught to wash our hands. This year, 2020, has turned a simple classroom lesson into a life-saving activity.  According to the CDC, one of […]
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Coronavirus crisis: what are the next steps for children in the UK?

In the early days of the coronavirus crisis, Save the Children raised concerns that the pandemic would be felt most acutely by families living in poverty in the UK. It was clear, even in March, that children would be hit hard – not just by the significant health risks of the virus, but by having Read more…

Covid-19 could push 30 million African children into poverty

Covid-19 is putting a strain on societies and economies around the world, and the poor who are carrying the burden of the disease, both in high-income countries as well as in developing contexts. Today, the World Bank has published its first assessment of the economic impact of Covid-19 in Sub-Saharan Africa, showing the devastating effects Read more…