food for life
helping the world's poorest by breaking the hunger cycle.
food for life
helping the world's poorest by breaking the hunger cycle
Why we exist
Every night one in nine people across the planet go to bed hungry. We are part of a lasting solution to break the hunger cycle.
We do this by actively working alongside communities to create simple yet long-term food solutions that they can take ownership of.
With this approach, we empower local communities with the dignity and satisfaction of feeding themselves. We show communities how they can eat not just today, but into the future.
Communities with secure access to nutritious food experience improved quality of life. Food security allows individuals to realise their dreams and reach their full potential by stimulating greater productivity, economic growth and a reduction in poverty.
We are dedicated to empowering communities who are hungry for change by increasing their capacity for agricultural productivity and resilient, sustainable food production.
We believe in fostering dignity through empowerment, equipping people to provide for themselves and their family beyond today, into the future for generations to come.
We partner with families, farmers and local NGOs to provide training and resources to create long-term food solutions.
We focus on nutritional and sustainable farming practices that benefit family health, protects the environment and is easily applied in different environments.
Our projects are founded on improving food security, income and environmental regeneration.
We do this through school/community gardens, crop diversification, agroforestry and seed banking.
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collaborations & partners
Breaking the Hunger Cycle is an initiative of World Relief Australia (WRA), an overseas development agency dedicated to equipping passionate people and delivering global poverty solutions. WRA began by providing war relief during and after World War II, and today is active in the delivery of more than 100 development projects in 50+ nations.