2 billion people globally experience food insecurity. Food insecurity is when someone does not have physical or economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious needs.
Canadians are not exempt. Over 1.15 million Canadian children fall victim to food insecurity. We don’t have to look far from home to find beneficiaries.
Our work ensured that food is available, accessible, and adequate. In Yemen, we’ve opened two bakeries providing more than 8000 loaves of bread daily to Yemeni families and orphans in need.
By giving to Human Concern International, our donors empower us to work collaborative with communities facing food insecurity to find equitable and effective solutions to address the shortage while also training locals to be part of the programs’ leadership and implementation.
Donate to Human Concern International to help feed families and orphans around the world in vulnerable and impoverished communities.
GIVE NOW AND SAVE LIVES!
How To Help?
Your donation can properly feed a malnourished child
Your donation can feed a family for a whole month
Your donation can provide urgent medical aid to the sick & vulnerable
Stats On Food Security
- 720 k720,000 loaves of bread distributed annually to communities with food insecurity caused by geography, climate, or civil conflict.
- 154 k154,916 people received their annual share of meat on Eid ul Adha throughout Africa, Middle East, and SouthEast Asia.
- 10 k10,964 food baskets and warm meals distributed annually to families and orphans in need in poverty or disaster struck areas.
In The Field
Human Concern International’s staff, volunteers, and partners actively take photos of their time and their work in the field with our beneficiaries as they receive food baskets, medical care, warm meals, and more. To see the latest photos from the field, follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
OUR STAFF COMMENTS
Providing food amounts to more than satisfying a hungry stomach. Food security allows children to attend school, families to grow, communities to develop an economy and flourish. Can you imagine living without a fridge and not knowing where your next meal is coming from?Mahmuda Khan