It is stunning to recognize that the world’s number one health risk is entirely preventable - hunger. There are over one billion people in the world today who are hungry and undernourished. It’s tragic to see the plight of farmers in the developing world with small plots of land not able to grow enough food to adequately feed their families. They face a barrage of challenges including drought, lack of access to credit, training and markets, and global climate change, to name a few.
At CBM, we are wholly committed to reducing hunger, and that is why The Sharing Way Annual Project is focused on food security projects, working with church partners who are located in communities of the bottom billion in countries like Bolivia, Democratic Republic of Congo, El Salvador, India, Kenya and Rwanda.
The following resources will assist you as you promote The Sharing Way Annual Project and bring attention to the issue of hunger and the impact that training in sustainable farming practices, discovering new income generating projects, and providing seeds and equipment can have in a hungry community.
- Appeal Backgrounder (main piece)
- Bulletin Insert
- Theological Reflections
- Promotional Slide (PowerPoint)
- A Recipe to End Global Hunger Advocacy Postcard
- Resource Order Form
- Video download (Requires free Vimeo.com account)
If you have any additional questions or concerns – or would like further support as you engage others in “Good Food. Healthy Change.” – please do not hesitate to contact us by phone (T: 905.821.3533) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make a commitment to those who are hungry by working alongside them, through your support of The Sharing Way Annual Project. In following in Jesus’ footsteps, together we can bring health and life back into communities that need it most.