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Measuring our impact means we can optimise or change our strategy to have the most positive impact for our community partners in Africa, South Asia and Latin America.

We know that a one size fits all approach is ineffective when it comes to tackling hunger and poverty.

Each region has its own geopolitical and socio-economical context, which is why our work is locally led by our experienced teams on the ground.

They speak the local language, understand the culture, comprehend the challenges they face and can respond to each region through its own unique lens.

So, how do we know that our work is effective at ending hunger?

We operate a central Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning unit that tracks the majority of our program’s global impact.

Qualitative and quantitative data is captured at set intervals by in country teams to see how communities are tracking against their success indicators.

We consistently reflect on what is working and make necessary improvements and updates to enhance our data collection.

Understanding how our interventions – and your donation – make an impact at all levels is paramount – for our community partners, our staff, policy makers and our donors.


people reached globally


villages supported


children vaccinated in Africa since 1999


Lidia from Mozambique is helping her community end hunger.
Will you join her?

Join our global movement to create a world without hunger, for women like Lidia from Malindile Epicentre in Mozambique.

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It’s a big encouragement for me to have my own business. I feel proud to be self-employed and not work for somebody else.

Annual Reports


2022 Annual Impact Report


2021 Annual Impact Report


2020 Annual Impact Report


2019 Annual Report


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