For the first time in a decade, global hunger is on the rise. At a time when there is more than enough to go around, this is just unthinkable.
That’s countless children who are missing out on school because they’re too hungry to walk there, let alone learn. That’s parents who are desperately wondering how to find the funds to feed their families.
Around the world, in places where the ache of hunger is felt most deeply, we are working through our local partners, helping people living in poverty to feed their families.
Misozi works tirelessly to provide for her seven children – not just enough food, but the right food to protect them from malnutrition.
When her husband passed away several years ago, Misozi struggled to provide adequate food for her children.
Since TEAR's local partner, Reformed Church in Zambia Diaconia Department, began working in her village, Misozi has found a sense of hope.
She’s learnt about sustainable farming practices, nutrition, and how to facilitate supportive relationships in her community. Now, not only is there enough food on the table, but Misozi’s livelihood is more secure, her kids are healthier, and her entire community is growing stronger together.
Support mothers like Misozi to enjoy more than enough: better food, stable income, improved health and transformed relationships in their communities.