Levels of poverty in Asia are so high that most nations have a moderately high, high or very high prevalence of undernourishment.

We are pleased to be involved in projects such as the building of greenhouses in cold nations, along with sustainable farming schemes and feeding centres. We are also working on other poverty-relief projects such as skills training and health clinics.

Case study: Feeding Centre in Mongolia

On the edge of Ulaanbaatar lies the city dump. Local children work here each day, sorting through rubbish. Many have no parents and no home, and so our partners offer these children a safe haven.

Food and drink are provided on a daily basis, singing and dancing are arranged, and Bible talks are given by a pastor who lives on the site.

We are currently supporting poverty and hunger relief projects in India, Mongolia, South East Asia* and other undisclosed countries*.

*Countries not disclosed for security reasons

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