Call them African doughnuts or call them mandazi — they’re scrumptious! Typically not as sweet as American doughnuts, they are usually unglazed and have a fluffy texture.
    Peruvian Hot Chocolate
    Peruvians warm up with a mug of their delicious, traditional hot chocolate spiced with cloves and cinnamon. These recipe ingredients double as a gift idea!
    Mango Jam
    In Nicaragua, mangoes are available year-round, although the harvest peaks in March and April. With this recipe, you can delight in the tropical taste of this delicious fruit anytime.
    Matooke With Peanut Sauce
    Top mashed plantains with peanut sauce in this savory recipe for Uganda's national dish.

    A Bangladeshi rice pudding, payesh is a dessert commonly served at ceremonies and holiday celebrations in the South Asian country.

    El Salvador
    Bean and Cheese Pupusas
    On Fridays during Lent, many people in El Salvador don't eat meat. Try these vegetarian treats for a taste of Salvadoran Easter anticipation!
    Soup Joumou

    Haitians traditionally enjoy this hearty, nutritious pumpkin soup on Haitian Independence Day.

    Photos and Videos Poverty 101
    What Kids Around the World Eat

    The dinner table brings loved ones together, including those living in food insecurity.

    Photos and Videos Kenya
    Keeping Salama Out of the Quarry

    A Kenyan mother of 14 finds reason to hope that her daughter’s future will be easier than her own.


    This pineapple dessert gives Indonesians even more reasons to celebrate on special occasions.

    Child Sponsorship Photos and Videos
    When I Grow Up

    Poverty doesn’t allow children to dream. It can block their perspective on the world. But when children in poverty meet Jesus, their dreams become real and become even better. Thanks to the work of the Church and the generosity of sponsors, children around the world are able to dream and achieve big things. Fuel is being poured into their hearts.

    Child Sponsorship Colombia
    Speaking Against the Lies

    Sharith thought she was stupid until teachers at her Compassion center helped her see the truth.