Favourite foods

Everyone loves good food! We asked some of the people we work with around the world to share their favourite foods with us.
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5-year-old Kheima stops to snack on a fresh #banana as she helps her mother collect the #produce from their #garden.  #WorldVision is partnering with Kheima's community to improve maternal and child health, to help reduce #malnutrition and give children like Kheima a better start to life. Photo by Paul Bettings, World Vision

Improving child nutrition in Nepal- Chutka and Sabina-s story

Little Sabina from #Nepal's life had a shaky start. Her mother Chutka was weak throughout her pregnancy. When Sabina was born, Chutka didn’t understand the importance of good nutrition, so Sabina wasn’t as healthy as she should have been. With help from #WorldVision, Chutka learned about the most nutritious foods to feed Sabina & now she is healthy and happy!

Improving child nutrition in Nepal- Chutka and Sabina-s story

These women in #Uganda are participating in a #WorldVision #nutrition program, where they learn to prepare #nutritious meals for their children made from local, affordable #ingredients. The children also undergo a health check and are tested for malaria. After 12 days in the program, most children who used to be underweight or malnourished are healthier and have gained weight and the mothers are equipped with the skills to keep them healthy. Photo by Jon Warren, World Vision

These women in #Uganda are participating in a #WorldVision #nutrition program, where they learn to prepare #nutritious meals for their children made from local, affordable #ingredients. The children also undergo a health check and are tested for malaria. After 12 days in the program, most children who used to be underweight or malnourished are healthier and have gained weight and the mothers are equipped with the skills to keep them healthy. Photo by Jon Warren, World Vision

Ten-year-old Ring from #SouthSudan has big dreams – he wants to be #President! He’ll need to work hard in #school to achieve his goal - and World Vision is helping to make that possible by supporting a feeding program for Ring and his classmates. Many children used to come to school hungry and unable to concentrate from eating just one meal a day. Now Ring says the daily hot meal helps him to play, be happy and do well on his exams. Photo by Jon Warren, #WorldVision

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Do you like #corn? 63-year-old Uy Phoch from #Cambodia does! When #WorldVision started working in his community in 2012, Uy Phoch was able to get a loan to buy corn seeds and start his business. Today he has expanded his #farming to five hectares, and grows a whole range of crops – including #papaya and #chilli! A small investment can make a big difference. Photo by Solina Kong, World Vision

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Laura from #Zambia stands with a #cabbage her father grew! Since #WorldVision helped their community to access #water close to home, Laura's family have been able to improve the crops they grow! Photo by Jon Warren, #WorldVision

Laura from stands with a her father grew! Since helped their community to access close to home, Laura's family have been able to improve the crops they grow! Photo by Jon Warren,

“I love this #dessert. I don’t often eat it at home,” says 5-year-old Kyaw Lin from #Myanmar. He's eating a dessert made of #coconutmilk and #rice, served at his #school so that children can concentrate in class and have a good meal. Photo by Khaing Min Htoo, #WorldVision

“I love this I don’t often eat it at home,” says Kyaw Lin from He's eating a dessert made of and served at his so that children can concentrate in class and have a good meal. Photo by Khaing Min Htoo,

Kids from this school in #Thailand get to enjoy a #nutritious lunch each day, thanks to a #school lunch project supported by #WorldVision. They grow their own fresh produce in the school #veggiegarden, and each day the Principal and some students help to cook lunch for everyone else. Today they are enjoying a special treat – #coconut #icecream! Photo by Jay Mijares, World Vision

In the Philippines, of children are underweight and are acutely malnourished. World Vision's Mong Jimenez visits a project that is helping parents and community leaders improve the health and nutrition of children.

Yum, #watermelon! These kids are enjoying a healthy snack at a #nutrition project in #SriLanka, while their mothers learn about nutrient rich foods they can feed their families. Almost all the children in the village used to be underweight – but thanks to the project things are starting to change. Photo by Hasanthi Jayamaha, #WorldVision

In the Philippines, of children are underweight and are acutely malnourished. World Vision's Mong Jimenez visits a project that is helping parents and community leaders improve the health and nutrition of children.

"I am making dried #yoghurt and I'm going to sell it, and we will eat it as well!” says Baasanjav, wife and mother of two. #Dairy products are something of a staple in the #Mongolian diet, and the family's income relies upon it. Photo by Natasha Cheung, #WorldVision

"I am making dried and I'm going to sell it, and we will eat it as well!” says Baasanjav, wife and mother of two. products are something of a staple in the diet, and the family's income relies upon it. Photo by Natasha Cheung,


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