For five years, Rise Against Hunger has worked with ADRA International to address food insecurity in Gokwe North, Zimbabwe. What began as emergency school feeding evolved into a sustainable agriculture project.
Omar is a 15-year-old boy living in Honduras. Many people in Honduras rely on agriculture for work, but natural disasters have disrupted the industry. More than half the population lives under the poverty line.
Our volunteer-packaged meals both provide caloric intake and contain 20 vitamins and minerals. Our meals address the top concerns for micronutrient deficiencies and work to prevent other common deficiencies.
Two impactful school leaders, Godfrey and Taurai, saw a significant improvement at their schools after participating in the Planting Seeds for Strong Communities program in Gokwe North, Zimbabwe.
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