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Susan and Esther Abandoned in Kibera Slums

Saturday, March 9, 2019

This is Susan and Esther who live with their uncle at Katwikira within the Kibera Slums. Susan is in form one and Esther is in form two. Unfortunately, their Uncle left the house in the slum with no prior notice about three months ago. This has left them unable to get to and from school and with no income. They have had to look for jobs such as washing peoples cloths and homes. Even when they are able to find such work they are not always paid and are sometimes…

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First Ambassador for Feed The Hungry UK!

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Feed the Hungry UK is delighted this morning to announce it has appointed Manchester based Christian funny man, Tony Vino as its first Ambassador for the charity. Tony Vino is a well known Christian comedian, who is currently hosting the Britain’s Got Talent Live show across the country. Tony is best known for the way he seamlessly mixes well thought out observational humour with audience interaction and quick witted responses. His life and interests are wide ranging, and so is his material, all performed in a warm, friendly and non-offensive…

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Allan’s Story (Zimbabwe)

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

At a supermarket in a poor community on the outskirts of Harare (Zimbabwe), hundreds of people line up in the blazing sun. The shop is shut and a handful of police wearing helmets and carrying truncheons prevent people from swarming the door. “These people have been here for the past six hours; since 3:00am they have been here” a man says angrily as he gestures to the lines. Women carry small babies on their backs in the hot afternoon sun. No-one even knows if the shop will open today, or…

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International Offices Unite!

Sunday, September 30, 2018

The Feed The Hungry international team would like to thank Daniel Skokan, the Czeck Director, for hosting this years meeting of all the international directors on The Church – boat in Prague where he is the pastor. We were all thankful for the huge strides that have been made to now provide food to 232, 560 children. This is a 40% increase from last year. We give thanks for the honour of serving God’s children and for the generosity of our donors that make this happen. As we speak 250,000…

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School to Visit Kiberia

Thursday, September 20, 2018

A new pioneering partnership has been formed between Feed The Hungry UK and The Diocese of Lichfield, working with Barlaston C of E Primary School and The Parish Church of St John the Baptist, Barlaston. The Church and School in Barlaston plan to forge links with a Feed The Hungry Church Partner, The Soweto Academy, based in Kibera (Nairobi, Kenya). The Vicar of the Parish Church, the Headteacher and other school staff will be visiting the project that Feed The Hungry support in Kibera, in January 2019. On their return to…

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A-Level Results

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Today is a huge day of many young people in the UK as they receive their A-Level exam results. For many, whatever is written inside the envelope will determine their immediate future. Will it be university? A apprenticeship or internship? Will they have a gap year or go and get a job? For some it will be relief & joy and for others it will be sadness and confusion. Today highlights the wonderful opportunities that education brings to those of us in developed nations. Whether we enjoyed school or not,…

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Demolished? Kibera Update

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Following an article published by the BBC called “Kenya slum demolished to make way for road”. We wanted to give you an update from our partners on the ground. Victor, who helps to run a school for children in the Kibera slum writes: Kisumu Dogo School is Intact. The demolitions  have taken place not far from Kisumu Dogo School. The situation has affected the families involved who had left for work in the morning only to hear of bull dozers behind their back. Some of the parents have been affected….

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Bright Futures

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Bright Futures is a project the Feed The Hungry have supported in Uganda for the last few years. They are an orphanage who house 300 children. Last year we were able to purchase them a 10 acre farm located next to the orphanage. They have just had their first harvest, which yielded 16 metric tons of Maize and 1/4 ton of ground beans (peanuts) this translates to 12 tones of maize flour to feed the children and 4 tones of rusk which will feed chickens and pigs. God’s provision was…

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Meagre Meals – A Reflection for Make May Matter

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Serving in Kibera Slum, I witnessed the joy and delight in children as they eat their one meal, rice meal provided by Feed The Hungry, as Make May Matter arrived, I felt challenged to identify with them through participation in the Meagre Meal Challenge. I wanted to deepen my understanding and enlarge the capacity of my heart for these children and others like them whose lives are only possible because of the rice meal they receive at school each day. So alongside the meagre meal, I committed to walk 1-2…

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Packing Events in 2018

Friday, April 27, 2018

So far in 2018 we have held packing events in Woolwich, Dulwich, Central London and most recently in Coventry. These packing days are a wonderful opportunity for volunteers from businesses, churches and community groups to get together and play a practical role in the aid giving process. Men, women, children, whole families, bishops, cleaners and CEO’s gather together to be part of something that gives life and ensures the continuation provision of a hot daily meal to over 175,000 children around the world every day. We have already have seen…

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