Improving agriculture and food security
We work with communities to help improve their farming practices so farmers can grow more significant and varied types of crops, to provide healthy and nutritious food for their family.
We work together with families and communities, teaching them how to improve nutrition and dietary diversity with locally grown, fresh ingredients, ensuring children grow up healthy and nourished.
Every year, we provide more than nine million people with emergency food assistance to those impacted by conflict or long-term food shortages, including five million children.
$12 to buy a chicken
This gift of a chicken and feed can sustain a family with nutritious eggs, chookpoo for their vege garden, and chicks to egg-spand their brood or sell for income.
$25 to fund a family vege garden
Dig this hole-some gift to help a family grow nutritious crops and a source of income. That’s two (green) thumbs up for sowing health into kids and helping families reap a living.
$50 to buy a total fishing kit
This gift is a reel-ly good way to help families provide for their family and ensure kids don’t go hungry. Get families hooked on fishing by providing training, fishing kits and even canoes.
$60 to give emergency food
For kids growing up in the world’s toughest places, this gift is a true life-saver. And because we work with the World Food Programme, it will multiply by 21 times!
Pryanka (9), with her mother Sobita, Bangladesh
We are the preferred partner of the United Nations World Food Programme because we are continuously working to improve our operations to reduce costs and deliver the best outcomes for those we serve.