Feed My Starving Children’s Focus on Nutrition and Healing Is Global

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Feed My Starving Children
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Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Enhance Product Development offers a technology-driven suite of product design, sourcing, trade licensing, marketing, and other services to entrepreneurs and developers. CEO Trevor Lambert and the team at Enhance Product Development have developed extensive experience in designing to client specifications, powered by their expertise in engineering and computer-aided design.

The company additionally supports nonprofit organizations that seek to empower others through education and social service. Among the most notable of these is Feed My Starving Children (FMSC), a faith-based group established in the late 1980s.

FMSC now directs missions to provide food and nutrition assistance where they are most critically needed. In Africa, the group supplies children in almost 30 countries. In Asia, its work extends to seven nations, as well as more in Central and South America, the Caribbean region, and the Middle East. Even in parts of the world where development has been greater, many children remain in critical need, so the organization also works in conflict regions in Eastern Europe.

Some experts have estimated that more than 12 percent of people in the developing world are malnourished. That figure soars to about 25 percent in the sub-Saharan African region.

By providing nutritious meals, funded and packed by its volunteers and specifically designed to meet the needs of malnourished youth, FMSC continues to work toward a day when all children enjoy their right to a healthy and secure life.

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