Articles written by FH staff writer
Articles written by
FH staff writer

The Power of Dad

This Father's day we wanted to take a momment to share pictures of some super dads worldwide. The photos below will show something awesome: dads breaking stereotypes. Instead of just sticking to "manly" stuff, they're cooking, comforting, and taking care of their children. With Food for the Hungry Canada's help, these dads are showing that love and care aren't just for moms—they're for everyone. It's a powerful reminder that dads play a big role in their kids' lives, and their involment can help break negative generational cycles and allow their children to thrive.

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6 Ideas for Fundraising with Kids

Fundraising is a great way to cultivate compassion and empower children to bring about change. Here are six ways you can fundraise with your kids, Sunday School class, or homeschool group.

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A Single Mother Overcomes

Immaculée is the mother in a female-headed household and a farmer. She provides for her four children through farming and livestock. This is her testimony.

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Clean Water, Happy Families!

Fresh springs are a great source of clean water, but they must be protected from contamination. FH capped a spring in rural Ethiopia to help families get clean water and be free from waterborne diseases.

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A New Future for Celine

There is a pivotal point in a young person's life where receiving an encouraging word or a gift equipping you to pursue a dream changes the trajectory of their life. For Celine, it was a simple sewing machine from the Gift Guide that empowered her to start her own business.

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Single Mother Grows Hope

When María’s husband unexpectedly passed away, she and her daughters, Yamilin (6) and Ana (3), moved back in with her aging mother and two sisters.

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Hope for the Next Generation

Cham comes from a family that didn’t know the value of formal education. Instead of attending school, they worked hard at their farming and did their best to survive. But Cham is determined that her family will be different

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A Second Chance for Richard

Richard is just 24 years old, but already he’s married with three children and solely responsible to support his growing family. Like many young men in Bwikhonje Village, Uganda, though Richard struggled to make a go of it.

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Journeys of Joy: Marare, Nashisa, and Busekera

Celebrating Resilience: A Decade of Transformation

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5 Summer Reads You Can't Put Down

One of the best ways to expand our horizons is to get inside the mind and experiences of other cultures through their own storytelling. This list takes us on a tour of the Middle East, Africa, Central America, and right back home to Canada

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Cambodia: Snapshots of Hope

While the past two decades of economic development have resulted in a significant reduction in poverty, there is still much to be healed, especially in rural areas. FH Canada partners with FH Cambodia in 35 communities in the northern provinces of Siem Reap and Oddar Meanchey. Together, they cast an ambitious vision for their future.

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Strength for Today, Bright Hope for Tomorrow

Five years ago, families in the community of Prasat Krohom Meanchey were struggling. Parents couldn’t find employment that paid enough to support their children. The land wouldn’t give enough to feed their children. In desperation, many fathers like Chhom migrated to neighbouring provinces or even crossed the border into Thailand looking for work in construction.

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Planting Old Wisdom

It’s spring! Well, we’ve passed the March 20 signpost, at least. And, while much of Canada may be under snow this weekend, it’s time to pull out your warming lamps and start germinating those tomato seeds.

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A Presidential Chat: FH Canada welcomes a new leader

After 13 years with Food for the Hungry (FH) Canada, and over five years serving as our President and CEO, Shawn Plummer is saying farewell.

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Moving Beyond Survival

Irrigation is key to establishing food security for communities at risk of drought.

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A Bottle of Hope

Juana will never forget the little water bottle that she carried to school every day.

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Health Education Sets Laily Free

How health education empowered a community to shed superstition and find true healing - for body and mind.

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From Migrants to Makers

How do we achieve SDG 1 Zero Hunger so families don't have to migrate for work? By providing sustainable livelihoods for the whole community.

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Why Food Security Needs to be Tasty

Have you seen the United Nations' definition of food security? Parts of it might surprise you!

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Couple Launches Home Business in Bangladesh

At one point, Hasina and her husband, Azharul, couldn’t stop sinking deeper and deeper into debt.

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