Gendered ideas are built into every culture’s norms and often into language itself. These stereotypes limit possibilities for people of all genders and perpetuate norms that cause harm. This year, on International...
Meet Aneth, a hardworking 24-year-old mother of two and seamstress from Lulindi, Tanzania. Lulindi is a small, extremely remote village that sits at the end of a road on a mountaintop.
You may have heard our Rise Against Hunger staff say, “Rice Goes Last" at meal packaging events — but when it came to supporting our local communities in the midst of the health crisis, rice came first!...
The Latest Stories Of Impact
Omene is a 30-year-old man living in Eastern Equatorial State, South Sudan. He is an agriculture staff member at Hope for South Sudan, a residential school and orphanage outside of Torit, a city in South Sudan.
Every year on June 20, we commemorate World Refugee Day to remember and honor those who are displaced from their homes due to conflict or persecution.
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.
Growing up in India, Vidya Vijjapurapu witnessed firsthand the impact of food distribution for people facing hunger. Vidya decided to host her own meal packaging event and invite her friends and family.
As we celebrate Earth Day this year, it is important to recognize and bring awareness to how climate change is impacting low-income communities.