South Sudan to Face Hunger Crisis... but FARM STEW Can Help!
The World Food Program (WFP) has announced that as of October 2021 they will be cutting back on monthly food rations for South Sudan. Approximately 160,000 refugees in South Sudan will be cut off from receiving food for the next three months due to their limited sources. This will affect places such as Wau, Juba, and Bor South. 'Desperate times call for desperate measures,' says Matthew Hollingworth, Representative and Country Director of WFP in South Sudan.
The grinding oppression of hunger and poverty plague the daily lives of millions, contributing to the death of over 9 million people annually worldwide. Millions more are driven to a life of dependency, begging or waiting for their daily food and not working for it.
FARM STEW is about more than just teaching a man to fish; it empowers families to thrive! Local leaders have recognized that FARM STEW’s hands-on classes, emphasizing agricultural productivity, a strong work ethic, whole-foods plant-based nutrition, and enterprise development, have radically transformed the livelihood of their communities, even during this time of hunger crisis.
Your support empowers families to raise more food than they need to eat so they can finally feed their children well AND sell the surplus. Limitations in government support do not need to cause limitations for any community. Join us in promoting the FARM STEW message so that families can still thrive no matter the country's circumstances.