HungerFree in South Sudan

In many parts of the world, hunger is the only reality people know. Despite decades of progress, generations of people are stuck in vicious cycles of poverty and hunger – not knowing where their next meal might come from or whether their hard work can withstand life’s setbacks.

In South Sudan, where more than half the population is under the age of 25, World Vision is piloting the HungerFree initiative.

By using proven methods that combine immediate food assistance with long-term sustainable solutions, we will equip young people with the skills and resources to free themselves and their communities from hunger. This means helping young people grow their own source of nutritious food and sustainable income for themselves and their families.

Watch these videos below for examples from South Sudan – and keep up with the HungerFree blog for new updates and stories as this work progresses in South Sudan and in Kenya.

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