The Perspective of an ECF Intern on International Workers’ Day

Written by Chuti Nakronsri

Working as an intern at Every Child Fed for the past 8 months, I’ve truly enjoyed every week of work with Rachael, Karen, Kim (remotely) and the other interns. As a graduating MPH student at George Mason University, I’m passionate about global and community health, especially the health of children.  There’s a new place in my heart for children suffering from malnutrition in particular, and all the related areas related to nutrition – food security, agriculture, and women’s empowerment and gender equality. It might be unexpected that as an Asian woman I would be interested in Sub-Saharan Africa, but what I’ve learned at ECF about Zambia has initiated a newfound area of interest and knowledge.Read more

The Redskins Blog | Former, Current Redskins Committed To Helping Malnourished In Zambia

20 November 2014 – Washington Redskins past and present are coming together to assist those in need in Zambia.

Pro Football Hall of Famers Darrell Green and Art Monk — The Legends – and current Redskins Kedric Golston and Kirk Cousins — The Young Guns — are competing to see who can raise the most money to save children’s lives with Every Child Fed.

“Every Child Fed is a organization that is committed to helping the malnourished in Zambia by building a factory that can produce a peanut butter paste that will be able to provide nutrition for children,” Cousins told The Redskins Blog. “It will also provide jobs, so it’s a self-sustaining system.” Read more…

Spring to Life!

Thank you to everyone that joined us at Southern Hospitality last night and donated to save children’s lives! 





We would like to express our sincerest gratitude to all those who came out to support Every Child Fed at Spring to Life! We had a great send off for our VP, Kim Hedge, as she prepares to move to Zambia in April to serve as Country Director. We also raised awareness about malnutrition in sub-Saharan Africa, while celebrating National Peanut Month and National Women’s History Month.

All of the proceeds from this event will go toward building a new facility in Zambia to produce life-saving Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF).

A special thank you goes to our gracious host Peter and Keith of  Southern Hospitality, who generously donated 12% of the evening’s earnings to Every Child Fed.

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