Comfort Food Around the Globe 2016-02-04 Recipes are part of everyone’s cultural heritage. Opening a stained cookbook from an earlier generation or recalling a relative’s baking tips give many home cooks a private thrill. It’s winter here in the United States, a time when many of us...
In parts of India, literacy rates are very low for a variety of reasons. One problem is a lack of electricity. When you are in the dark at home, it’s not easy to read.
Makeshwar, one of the ex-sponsored children of ChildFund India in Jamui, Bihar, has taken up the task of taking ChildFund's vision forward by following the footsteps of ChildFund and running his own NGO in association with other ChildFund ex-sponsored students.
“There has been progress in services provided for women who suffer from domestic or sexual violence," says Leivy Suyuc, project coordinator for Renacimiento, ChildFund’s local partner organization in Comalapa, a town in Guatemala’s impoverished highlands.
This year’s strong El Niño pattern of warming waters quelled rainfall during belg, the brief rainy season in March and April that pastoral farmers in Oromia depend upon to keep their livestock healthy, and delayed the longer summer rains, kiremt, diminishing harvests even further.
This holiday season, ChildFund is offering you the opportunity to give children and their families real gifts; livestock, solar-powered lamps, hand-pump wells, sewing machines and other important resources.
Amrith, of India, survived the 2004 tsunami. We’ve all seen storm coverage on television, whether it’s local meteorologists reporting on a hurricane, an overnight tornado ripping through a neighborhood several hours away, or the outcome of ...
“Sometimes parents don’t feel like they had a chance to be free because they had children. I think that’s one of the reasons they mistreat children.” These are the words of...
ChildFund International was among a group of organizations honored at the 2015 Clinton Global Citizen Awards for its leadership in responding to the Ebola crisis over the past year. The event was part of the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative, which is an initiative of the Clinton Foundation.
Millions of people are affected by poverty all over the world, and as a result, malnutrition remains a serious problem for many communities.