Deworming Tablets Help 11 Year Old Thrive: Dodos’ Story

Meet Dodos In the community of Kiyonza, in Burundi, an 11-year-old boy named Dodos lives with his mother, father, and five sisters. They are a vibrant family. Dodos loves to run, laugh, and play with his sisters. The children are healthy and strong. They attend school regularly. And Dodos’ parents are saving their money and […]
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Why My Heart is Hopeful for The Little Ones

The wellbeing of the little ones is among the most accurate measurements of progress in Food for the Hungry (FH) community. My main role here at FH is communicating with the fields and gathering stories and photos to share with our sponsors and donors. My heart is hopeful because of all the promising updates I […]
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Seeds With a Big Impact: Gebeyanesh’s Story

“It was so emotional and made me sad to face these problems,” said Gebeyanesh when she remembered how her family and children had grown up without being properly fed. Gebayanesh’s Story Gebeyanesh is a 37-year-old mother to four children ages one to 18. She lives in rural Ethiopia, where land plots are too small to […]
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Mozambique: Cyclone Eloise Updates

Tropical Cyclone Eloise made landfall as a Category 2 cyclone late on the evening of January 22, 2021, with wind gusts up to 160 kph (99 mph) recorded. Cyclone Eloise hit parts of the country that still have not fully recovered from Cyclone Idai in 2019. As FH’s response develops, we’ll post information and photos […]
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Chickens, Pigs, and Pencils: How Simple Things Create Big Opportunities

Chickens, pigs, and pencils — quite an unusual combination. How could these three items together possibly change lives? There are some titles you hope to hold. Being one of the poorest families in town is definitely not one of them. Yet this is how nine-year-old Bernadette’s family was known. They found themselves on the brink […]
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