Tough Questions: “What Don’t People Understand About Life in Poverty?”

In Uganda, Olive smiles as a neighbor invites her to a family member’s wedding. But secretly, her heart sinks. She doesn’t own clothes nice enough for the occasion. These days, food is more important than fashion. She hates that her absence will make her look rude. It’s too embarrassing to explain, though. Read the full Read more…

Creativity Boosted by Child Sponsorship

Some problems require a little extra creativity to solve. And some solutions open new pathways for creativity to blossom, too. Just take Asep for example. He’s a 13-year-old boy in Indonesia who found cool new ways to spend time after school through Food for the Hungry (FH) that unlocked his artistic side. Bored and At-Risk […]
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