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A Story of Survival

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Millions of mothers struggle to provide during the global food crisis — see the story of ONE.

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Faith, a Maasai mother living in Kenya, lost her sole source of income. See how advocates like you helped us change her story.


After Faith lost all of her cattle during a prolonged drought, she was no longer able to feed her children. But because of Compassion’s Survival Program and support from the Global Food Crisis Fund, she found renewed faith and hope. "My children are not hungry anymore,” says Faith.

Faith is one of hundreds of thousands being supported through our global food crisis efforts.


households supported

with lifesaving food assistance


individuals benefited

from vital relief and resiliency projects


local churches are serving

as the hands and feet of Christ in the global food crisis

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Through the generous support of child advocates around the world, thousands of our local church partners are able to make stories like Faith’s possible as they offer food and hope to their neighbors affected by the global food crisis. And that hope will last for years to come.

“The drought has been severe. If it wasn’t for Compassion, I think my children would have died of hunger. There was no hope for us without Compassion.”

— mother of a Compassion sponsored child in the Dominican Republic