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Concerned about Food Security?

The current pandemic is an event no one could have ever been completely prepared for. From lay-offs to empty grocery store shelves, food security is an issue that persists in a global crisis and beyond it. While there are many things that cannot be changed, you can start taking actions to be prepared for now and the future. Through at-home gardening, you can combat food shortages, decrease your daily food spend, eat healthier and even bond with your family. Here are two options to start your home garden.


Ending Poverty and Slavery Together

This article comes from Richmond Justice Initiative in Richmond, Virginia. RJI's mission is to educate, equip and mobilize communities with the tools needed to be a force in the global movement to end human trafficking.

The Buzz About Mosquitoes

With warmer weather or climates come pesky bugs, including the infamous mosquito. Mosquito bites can be much more serious than just an itchy nuisance. In most areas of the world, mosquitoes carry diseases that can be transferred to humans, and sometimes the result is deadly.

5 Facts About Extreme Poverty in Nepal

Nepal is a beautiful country of vast, mountainous landscapes and people representing diverse ethnic cultures. But poverty, even to extreme levels, is widespread in Nepal. We hope that after learning more about poverty in Nepal, you would consider joining us in our mission to bring help and hope to the hidden and hurting there.

Made It to New York

Trey and Maddie Cason are about to become long-term humanitarian aid workers for GHNI, but first, they're hiking the entire Appalachian Trail to raise awareness and support for GHNI. Click here to learn more and see how you can get involved!


GHNI Kenya Trip Reflection

By: Jade Sacker

Water is Life: The Importance of Access to Clean Water

By: Zoya Wazir

Does This Describe You?

By: Maria Luisa Hosseinzadeh

Leadership Training Brings Opportunity for Change

By: Mike Shea

My flight was delayed 3 hours. Seated next to me was a retired Army General. By the dignified way he carried himself I wasn't surprised. He asked about my job. 
"I equip government leaders in developing nations."
He respectfully asked, "Are you able to bring culture change with your leadership training?"

Pity, Sympathy, Empathy and Altruism: Languages of the Heart

By: Dee Rivers

She walks quickly into the copse. Her three children clutch her skirt, secure in its shoddy circumference. Their footfall stirs a cumulus of dust, litter flutters in their wake.

The mother does not glance toward the passing tourist bus. Her children do, though, bedazzled by its bright blue paint and curious about the staring eyes in faces framed by glass that keeps them weatherproofed.