World Day of Hunger

  • children at school lunch

Friday, May 28, was International World Hunger Day. This is a day to remind us that we have much work to do, for millions suffer from chronic hunger daily. Over half of the people facing hunger are women. Hunger is about poverty and social injustice. We look hunger in the face daily. In the eyes mothers and their children who merely exist.

In spite of HIV/AIDS, malaria, TB and COVID-19 your support has helped feed over three thousand persons. Who are these people? Women, children and their families. Over one hundred twenty-five bags of maize (corn) have been harvested and ten bags of ground nuts. This will help feed our school children.

In gratitude for your support that is providing food security, clean water and education for our children.