Undoubtedly, parents want what is best for their children. They want to see all of their kids' dreams come true and watch them grow and succeed in the future.
The Kenyan government is requiring all citizens to wear face masks while riding public or private transportation, and in other public places.
Robynique is out in the cold today helping Feed the Children hold a No Hunger Holidays drive to feed 400 families.
People in Kim’s community suffer from diet-related health issues like high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease. Kim doesn’t want to see her kids grow up like that, but the inability to obtain nutritious food is a huge obstacle.
Emérita enjoys making El Tamarindo a better home for her children, and passing on her skills. In her words, “Thanks to FEED we can serve food to the children of our community and at the same time I feel happy of sharing experiences with my neighbors and friends.”
Even though she’s only 6 years old, Alejandra has big dreams. She wants to be a teacher and follow in her mama’s footsteps. Through Feed the Children’s support, she receives backpacks, school supplies, vitamins, toys, shoes, school meals, and preventive deworming medication.
Monica was hoping for food to help her make it through the month. But she wasn’t expecting the extra help that Feed the Children would provide. She said that the gift of personal hygiene items, in the Avon dignity box she received, brought her to tears.
Most days, Lemuel goes to school hungry. He sometimes misses class because he has nothing to eat in the mornings. When there are extracurricular activities, Lemuel asks to be excused. He spends the extra time collecting recycled materials to sell.
Hidaya is good at math, and she wants to become an engineer when she grows up. She told us, “I hope that through this I will keep on studying hard for a long time. I believe that it will help me to make my dream come true.”