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The Alliance for Children Everywhere (ACE), a Stop Hunger Now in-country partner in Zambia, Africa, operates two rescue homes for abandoned infants, orphans and young children in crisis. ACE provides assistance to extended families, advocates for adoption, provides infant formula to babies at risk of abandonment or starvation, and offers free Christian education to children who cannot attend school due to family poverty.
Rev. Ray Buchanan will be spending 15 days traveling through Central and Southern Africa in September. The main focus of the trip is to monitor hunger relief projects supported by Stop Hunger Now and to assess new program opportunities. During his visit, Buchanan will have the opportunity to meet with leaders and organizations working for reconciliation and peace in several African nations.
Raleigh, NC- Stop Hunger Now, a non-profit 501(c)(3) international relief organization based in Raleigh, NC, has begun relief efforts in Southern Africa. Working through partner agencies, aid is already reaching the malnourished and starving. This August, Ray Buchanan, President of Stop Hunger Now visited Southern Africa where thirteen million people are on the brink of starvation.