Freedom from Hunger believes that a world without hunger can be achieved through the principles and practices of self-help, collaboration, innovation, sustainability and respect for the contributions of its in-country partners and the families it serves. Because young children are most vulnerable to the ravages of malnutrition, Freedom from
Hunger designs its self-help services for women—the primary caretakers of young children. Freedom from Hunger equips women to succeed at the very thing they are already determined to do—feed their children, improve their families’ health and create positive change in their villages.
Freedom from Hunger works in developing nations where chronic hunger is suffered by a large portion of a country’s population. The focus is on rural regions where poverty and hunger are at their worst. We currently work in 24 countries: Bénin, Bolivia, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Columbia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Ghana, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, India, Madagascar, Mali, Mexico, Niger, Peru, Philippines, Senegal, South Africa, Togo,
Uruguay and Vietnam.
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