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So far you've supported 2,844 farmers to improve their crops through new techniques and drought-resistant seeds. These small seeds make a big difference. Each seed uses less water to grow and can withstand the harsh, dry Malawi climate.
Every cent you raised is making a life-changing difference for the world's most vulnerable children. Thanks to you, 2,682 kids are benefiting from watering systems that feed crops. A bigger crop means more food to eat, plus extra to sell.
Thanks to you, 200 families are already part of the goat-pass-on scheme, with many more to join. You've given families the chance to build a brighter future for themselves, and to be better prepared for unexpected disasters like COVID-19.
Ray Spence, Bayfield High School
A big congratulations to our 2020 World Vision 40 Hour Famine award winners!
Despite the challenges posed by a global pandemic, everyone who participated in the 2020 World Vision 40 Hour Famine did an amazing job. These awards recognise schools and individuals that showed incredible compassion, drive and creativity in their efforts to fight hunger and injustice in Malawi.
2020 was a special one for award recipient Ray Spence, of Bayfield High School, who commemorated 40 years of organising the World Vision 40 Hour Famine! We celebrated with him and Bayfield High School in Dunedin to present him with the Outstanding World Vision 40 Hour Famine Organiser Award.
Check out the full list of 2020 award winners.