Photo Essay: Dinner Tables from Around the World

Around the world, families come together for meals at the dinner table. Maybe your family has dinner together every night. Or maybe you gather with your greater family once a week for Sunday night dinners. Whatever your routine is, it’s likely that you have some good memories of being together at the dinner table. Your […]
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How a Refugee Mom Left Handouts Behind

Adiye is a 45-year-old single mother of five daughters, who lived a life dependent on handouts. She’s a refugee from South Sudan, now living in northern Uganda. The conflict and violence in South Sudan have taken a terrible toll on so many aspects of life for children and their parents. Schooling ceased far too early; […]
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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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