The three basic necessities of life are food, clothing and shelter, food is considered to be the first amongst these three, one third of the world population sleep hungry. This is a worrying situation to us as an organization.

Taking  a step to address this challenge, Global Projects and funding has since 2016  embark on humantarian outreach project where food is taken  from the rich ( hotels and restaurants) either cooked or uncooked  to the socially  disavantaged people on a daily basis. Some of the beneficiaries for these projects are; street children, aged, homeless, people with disabilities living in low-income communities.

Feed the Children exists to end childhood hunger. We believe that everyone can work together to create a world where no child goes to bed hungry. When friends like you partner with us, we can meet the urgent physical needs of children by providing food, taking action in communities worldwide and creating long-term solutions for clean water, medical care and education.

To end childhood hunger, we must work together to break the cycle of poverty, by providing food and long-term solutions like clean water and education.

Food security is all about human dignity and supports enjoyment of life. Freedom from hunger has been described as a fundamental human right, and this explains why elimination of hunger is one of the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). In fact, attaining this goal will go a long way in facilitating the achievement of the other MDGs and may also reduce cultural war and conflict.

Poverty remains one of the most significant causes of hunger in Africa. More than half of all Africans live below the poverty line (on less than $1.50 a day) and more than three quarters reside in rural areas. It is this lack of money or other resources to purchase food that results in hunger, both chronic and hidden. Consequently, hunger leads to poverty, as hungry people produce below potential. In most parts of Africa, poverty continues to be a rural phenomenon, although urban poverty is on the in-crease, in its most dehumanizing forms. It is due to rural poverty that many people leave their homes in search of employment opportunities, resulting in poverty transition from rural to urban areas.

 As sub-Saharan Africa continues to experience slow and stagnating economic growth, urban food insecurity has become a major development problem. Africa needs to create an environment that can attract both local and foreign investments, and thus provide people with opportunities to earn a living. Investors have to be assured of security for themselves and their investments; however, such guarantees are often not forthcoming in many of the conflict-torn areas of the continent.

About Us

GPF is a Non-Governmental Organization which promotes the welfare of underpriviledged people and children. It facilitates this initiative through social inclusiveness, empowerment and mainstreaming in society that leads to self-reliant and sustainable development.


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