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Religion and Development Database Religion and Development Database
An increasing number of organizations and programs are grappling with problems at the intersection of religion and development. On this site you have access to the latest...

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United States and Canada United States and Canada
The United States and Canada are home to a number of faith-inspired organizations and initiatives active domestically and internationally. In recent years, the government...
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The ferocity of the HIV/AIDS pandemic has drawn many religious leaders and groups—inspired by insight, compassion, or the practical realities around them—to...
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This bilingual website features major US-based faith-inspired organizations. Their work in social service and international development often means they serve as de facto...

Foodforthehungry

Food for the Hungry
饥援会

Food for the Hungry (FH) is an evangelical Christian organization founded by Dr. Larry Ward that works to facilitate community transformation based on biblical principles, actively partnering with local churches on a wide range of development issues. Its economic development and healthcare initiatives work symbiotically with its one-on-one child sponsorship program, while agricultural training and irrigation projects seek to improve food security and hygiene. Food for the Hungry incorporates HIV/AIDS education and treatment into its programs when relevant and operates emergency relief programs following disasters and violent conflict. Food for the Hungry encourages its supporters to spend time volunteering, either through short-term missions, as long-term development workers, or as students on a semester abroad. The organization maintains a presence in 45 countries on five continents. Food for the Hungry has a matching-funds program with USAID, though it is primarily funded through corporate and private donations. Its expenses total about $64 million annually.
饥饥援会是由拉里•沃德博士创立的福音派基督教组织,旨在以《圣经》为准则推动社区转型,并与当地教会积极合作推进各类发展事宜。该组织把经济发展和卫生保健项目与其一对一儿童资助项目相结合,同时还有农业培训和灌溉项目以促进食品安全和卫生水准的提高。饥援会还将艾滋病/艾滋病毒感染的教育和治疗与其它相关项目相结合,在灾难和暴力冲突发生后开展紧急救援。饥援会倡导支持者从事志愿工作,方式可为短期宣教、长期发展事工、或学生海外留学一个学期。该组织在五大洲45个国家开展工作。饥援会从美国国际开发总署获得配对基金,但其主要资金来源为企业和私人捐赠。该组织年度开支约为6400万美元。