Angelina the Brick Maker
Field Officers are our Tanzanian social workers. They work directly with the families we serve to find out their resources, dreams, their gifts and their talents and help them to see how they can tie them all together to attain their goals and to become all God created them to be. All of this helps them to life themselves out of poverty so that they can provide food, shelter, medical care and education for their children and grandchildren and break the cycle of generational p
We love to share stories with you. This mama has one mean goat call, she's won the Food for His Children Goat Call Contest twice! But she's even more proud to be a farmer. This is Elizabeth Elias' story as she shared it with her Field Officer. 'I’m not just a goat keeper as a lot of people think. Yes, I’m in Food for His Children's goat project, but FFHC doesn't just provide a goat. They also provide several trainings about agricultural farming techniques. I decided to join F
Where is Your Treasure?
We moved this month. I've been sorting through all of our possessions and I found treasures that belong to my youngest, Ambrosia. When she moved out on her own, she had lots of things she couldn't let go of, things that represented her childhood. They don't hold value to anyone outside her family. But to her they are priceless treasures she couldn't bear to part with. It's been 4 years since she moved and I'd bet that some of those priceless treasures wouldn't be treasures to
Tanzanian Children Share About Going Back to School During COVID-19
Three Food for His Children kids shared their experience after returning to school during the Pandemic: Petro: Our government has reopened schools after 3 months. We are so happy to be able to move forward with our studies. The first time I heard about COVID spreading to almost every corner of the world, I was shocked. I started worrying about my family and friends. We are just children. We can’t protect ourselves at school because there are too many students in the class. Le