We provide regular school meals. Great for getting children into school.
Our meals are packed with nutrients. Food that boosts health and growth.
We listen to the people we support. And we help them help themselves.
We’re all about long-term solutions. Work that changes lives forever.
Our work is rarely straightforward. So we adapt to get the best results.
Millions of Uyghur Muslims in China are being arrested, tortured and abused. Many have left their lives behind and fled for safety in Istanbul. However without homes, income or food, life is extremely challenging.
By providing regular food, we want to help these families develop stable, happy and safe futures.
In Bangladesh, 33% of all children under five suffer from malnutrition. That means there are 7 million children who can't develop to their full mental and physical potential because they don’t have enough food.
We guarantee a hot meal every school day, so they no longer have to risk their lives to work as window washers and street vendors to pay for meals.
Harsh conditions of the refugee camps, along with drought and high costs of living, have plunged many families into poverty. Eritrean refugees in Sudan lack adequate food and water, and it's not unusual for some to go days without a meal.
Providing families with monthly food packs and regular meals to school children allows them to focus on developing other areas of their lives, free from the worry of their next meal.
In the last three years, over 1,500 children died in the Thar Desert, in Pakistan due to malnutrition. Sadly, this is nothing new for the district. Frequent drought kills not just people, but also the livestock that residents depend on for their food, milk, and livelihood.
Without help, people will continue to die of starvation.
Due to violence and persecution almost a million Rohingya refugees fled to Bangladesh seeking shelter and safety for their families.
Approximately half of them are children. Every month, we deliver food packs to vulnerable families and provide regular meals to school children. For many of these children, school provides a familiar routine that can help them recover from trauma.
Over the past 6 years, we’ve changed the lives of children and adults in many different ways: