Child Sponsorship is an opportunity to personally connect with a child, family, and community in need. But what does this mean when fighting a global hunger crisis which has 41 million people on the brink of famine? Can sponsorship really make a difference in a crisis that’s already so vast and overwhelming?
It’s an important question!
Extreme hunger creates a cycle that people can’t escape from. It causes people to be less productive and more prone to disease, which in turn can make it harder to improve their livelihoods or earn a better income. Sponsorship can break that cycle by empowering communities to create lasting change.