Kicking off today and continuing over the next few months, we’ll be sharing real, first-hand stories of impact from programs operated in the Philippines — and how you help make this impact possible.
When a drought hits a farming community, the impact is severe and the recovery long. In 2016, El Nino-induced severe weather struck 11 Southern African countries, many of which experienced their worst drought in 3...
258 million children around the world are unable to enroll in school, and UNICEF reported in 2021 that nearly 40% of school-aged children in Eastern and Southern Africa weren’t attending school.
As many as 783 million people are facing hunger globally, according to the 2023 edition of the FAO’s State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World report. That equates to almost 10% of the world’s population.
The Latest Stories Of Impact
On July 19, 700 passionate Hershey employees packaged 285,000 nutritious meals at Giant Center in Pennsylvania. And with these meals packaged, The Hershey Company also reached 2 million meals packaged since 2013.
Typhoon Paeng hit the Philippines last fall, damaging Sharmaine’s home and exacerbating her family’s food supply challenges. To address this, Sharmaine receives Rise Against Hunger meals.
This trip to the Philippines served as an opportunity for Zambrero team members to deepen their understanding of the impact made possible by their support and to learn more about Rise Against Hunger's global work.
This International Day of the African Child, we recognize the importance of education and nutrition and how the journey out of hunger and poverty starts with a meal for children in Central Africa.
The Elevating Women and Youth Farmers project focuses on providing training on agriculture, nutrition, livestock, money management and more for at-risk women and youth farmers in Mali’s Sikasso and Segou regions.