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How many people go hungry

There are 257 million people in Africa – poor infants, children, families, and people in vulnerable situations – that still go to bed on an empty stomach each night. This is unsustainable, it is also completely unnecessary.

Why should you care

Lack of access to sufficient food is truly devastating to children, families, and entire communities across Africa. Extreme hunger remains a barrier to sustainable development and creates a trap from which people cannot easily escape. Hunger means less productive individuals, who are more prone to disease and thus often unable to earn more and improve their livelihoods.

Why Our Work Matters

Bread of Life International is a non-profit organization aims to end hunger across Africa.  We want all families and persons to have enough safe and nutritious and sufficient food.  Africa with zero hunger can positively impact our economies, health, education, equality and social development.

The African Union Malabo Declaration and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 2 call for ending hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition, and promoting sustainable food systems by 2025 and 2030 respectively, and this is a priority of Bread of Life International.

Zero Hunger Changes Everything

Zero Hunger Changes Everything

Productivity: Hunger mean less productive individuals, people can’t function and contribute effectively to their family, community and country as a whole.

Health: Hunger means people are less prone to disease and thus often unable to earn more and improve their livelihoods.

Education: For children who are getting enough food to eat, it reduces developmental impairments, absenteeism. Most significantly, performance improves and drop-out rates decrease.

Gender Inequality: Gender inequalities influence food access. Specific gender-related issues include some cultural practices that limit women’s access to productive resources, agricultural credit and use of agricultural equipment

OUR MISSION

We are a nonprofit organization with a driving passion to feed the vulnerable, the poor, and the deprived across Africa through community outreaches, family food initiatives  and disaster response.

MEET OUR LEADERSHIP

The leaders who make up Bread of Life International are dedicated and compassionate team that come from broad range of backgrounds and have a diversity of expertise and experiences. Each person is guided by the organization’s mission to help feed the vulnerable, the poor and the deprived across Africa.

As our organization grows, we seek board members, individuals, and volunters to join us that are passionate about helping to alleviate hunger across Africa.

Founder & CEO
Michael Sam
Michael Sam is the CEO and Founder of Bread of Life International. He has an unstoppable passion to see that every African child – especially the poor, the needy, the vulnerable, and the deprived has access to sufficient food and never have to go hungry.

Michael obtained scholarship to study at a university in United States. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Decision Information Sciences and MBA from University of Maryland, at College Park.
Read Michael’s full bio here

BOARD

Kenisha Martins  –  Coordinator of Community Service, Service Coordination Inc.

Yaw Owusu, PhD – Manager, JF&CS, Greater Toronto

 

Advisory Committee

Celes Eckerman, Senior Advisor, Atlantic Strategies Group

Kweku Amoako, Founder & CEO , Afropolitan

WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES

Bread of Life International operates efficiently to reduce cost by relying on dedicated youth and volunteers to assist with our programs. We operate with minimal fundraising and administrative costs: We strive to commit $0.95 of every dollar directly to our programs.

The remaining funds go into processing fees, transaction fees, and money transfer fees charged by the merchants. You can help us to cover 100% of the transaction and processing fees on your donation so more of your donation goes directly to alleviating hunger.

We are committed to a policy of transparency and disclosure by ensuring that key financial information is publicly available with guarantees of good management.

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Together, We Can Help Alleviate Hunger

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