1 in 9 people are held back by hunger. But with your support, mothers like Misozi don't have to be. Give by June 30 – TEAR’s End of Financial Year Appeal.
Misozi works tirelessly to provide for her seven children – not just enough food, but the right food to protect them from malnutrition.
When her husband passed away, Misozi faced the threat of months without adequate food. She faced the devastating compromise of sending her children to school hungry – or not at all.
But TEAR's local partner, Reformed Church in Zambia Diaconia Department, is equipping Misozi with sustainable farming practices, education in nutrition, and supportive relationships in her community. Now, not only is there enough food on the table, but Misozi’s livelihood is more secure, her kids are healthier, and her entire community is growing stronger together.
But around the world, in places where the ache of hunger is felt most deeply, TEAR Australia’s partners are present, helping people living in poverty access not just enough to survive, but to thrive in all areas of life.
And He calls the church to reflect His generous and abundant nature in a world focused on fear and self-protection. He calls us to imagine, through His eyes, what more than enough can look like.
You’ll love what our local Christian partners are doing in places like Zambia, where food insecurity and malnutrition are huge challenges. People are enjoying better food, sustainable livelihoods and restored relationships. It’s a beautiful expression of God’s vision for fullness of life.
Your gift to TEAR’s End of Financial Year Appeal will mean more than enough for people living in poverty.Give now
Figures from last financial year 2017-2018.