In partnership with the World Food Programme, we provided $67 million in cash-based programming in 2021, helping 1,190,972 people meet their immediate survival needs.
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In Buwatun, Mali, households having enough food for their families throughout the year increased from 17% in 2013 to 66% in 2021.
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Rural families often grow or raise their own food, relying on crops and animals that grow well locally. They may also prefer traditional recipes that, while satisfying, may not create meals that are nutritionally balanced.
In many cases, making a few changes or additions to diet can boost children’s nutritional intake. Adding eggs to the diet, for instance, can help the body absorb iron and zinc from plant-based foods.
Here are some of the ways that we help families:
Thanks to programs like these, children and families are healthier, have more energy and get sick less often.
Help eradicate extreme hunger and poverty for children in need.
We believe a hunger free world is possible – where everyone has enough food for today and for tomorrow.
Child sponsorship empowers children, their families and communities to help break the cycle of poverty. When you sponsor a child, you provide access to basic necessities such as food, clean water, education and health care.
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Together with your support, we are bringing about real change for children, families and communities in more than 50 countries.
From Canada to the world. With love.