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Monday, April 20, 2015

Did you know that 56 percent of the children under five in Burundi suffer from chronic malnutrition? That is over half the children!

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Thursday, April 16, 2015

The main economy of Malawi is based in agriculture and is one of the least developed countries with a large rural population with only one major city.

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Thursday, April 9, 2015

Two-thirds of the population in Cambodia lives on less than $2 a day. Fewer than 50 percent of the students complete elementary school.

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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Bob Boucek (FTH Staff) is in Cambodia right now encouraging our partners. He stated that many kids in Sampoi are being raised by grandparents while Mom and Dad are away in Thailand working. Please pray for our work in Cambodia as we reach out to these children who need hope!

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

In Burkina Faso more than 80 percent of the people live in extreme poverty. Children walk long distances to school, oftentimes without having eaten breakfast. This is why it’s important that Feed The Hungry continue its work in this nations providing a daily hot meal to thousands of children.

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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Over 2 million Iraqis have become displaced in their own nation driven from their homes by ISIS. Many are arriving at refugee camps with only the clothes they are wearing. Feed The Hungry is responding immediately to this crisis sending containers of food and purchasing needed material to help them get through the winter months.

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WHAT IS LIFE LIKE IN A REFUGEE CAMP?

Thursday, January 8, 2015

HARD WORK: The refugees work quite a bit… getting clean water, foraging for firewood and foods, selling things in a shop, keeping their garden. In camps like these a microcosm of economy begins to bloom… men with bikes serve as ‘taxis’; other men fix broken bike wheels and flat tires; women and girls open roadside shops selling things they grow or buy in commerce with others from outside the camp. The camp is large, 42 square miles. TIGHT SPACES: Each refugee household has a plot, very small… maybe 30-40 square…

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EXCITING NEWS!!! God is at work.

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Here are a few ways He is moving through one of our partners in Cambodia this year, helping to bring a full life to the least of these: English Training Center:We are reaching out to the young people through teaching English free of charge because English is very important for young people for their future careers. This is the best strategy for evangelizing to young people, so far over 100 young people attend our English class and most of them have been converted.   Beauty Salon Training:We provide skill for…

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Another life changed through the love and compassion

Monday, December 8, 2014

“They did not deal kindly with him,” sighed Mampe, our Program Director, as she explained Selo’s situation. At 17 years old, Selo was deported from South Africa to Lesotho, and the border guards did not treat him well, to say the least. Selo is a kind and determined young man who loves to read and preach God’s Word. He was born in Lesotho but moved to South Africa as an infant with his mother, where she later abandoned him. He was then raised by his grandmother in South Africa. When…

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“Don’t bring her back. If we see her in our village, we will kill her!”

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

“Grandma’s House”, one of the ministries in Lesotho, Africa, where Feed The Hungry provides food and support for 2155 children, had this to report: Bophelo* came to us afraid, traumatized, with uncertainty in her eyes. Her grandfather had been sexually abusing her for the last year, but eventually was caught in the act and arrested. Officers from the Child and Gender Protection Unit brought Bophelo to Grandma’s House. Bophelo’s grandmother blamed the girl for putting her husband in jail, telling the authorities, “Don’t bring her back. If we see her…

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