Who Gets Our Food

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Each Kids Against Hunger food packaging satellite is able to choose where its packaged food will be distributed. The International Headquarters office recommends that approximately two thirds of the meals be shipped internationally, and that the remaining third be distributed locally, but allocation varies based on each satellite's location and global/local need. Some satellites focus almost exclusively on shipments to a particular country – while others put a higher emphasis on helping those in need within the local community where the food is being packaged.

From its launch in 1999 to late 2018, Kids Against Hunger has shipped nearly two billion meals to children and families in more than 70 countries through the efforts of generous volunteers and financial donors.

Afghanistan | Armenia | Bangladesh | Belize | Bolivia | Brazil | Bulgaria | Burkina | Faso | Burundi | Cambodia | Canada | Colombia | Costa Rica | Cuba | Dominica Island | Dominican Republic | Ecuador | Egypt | El Salvador | Ethiopia | Ghana | Greece | Guatemala | Haiti | Honduras | India | Indonesia | Iraq | Israel | Jamaica | Jordan | Kenya | Lebanon | Liberia | Madagascar | Malawi | Mali | West | Africa | Mexico | Mozambique | Nepal | New Zealand | Nicaragua | Niger | Nigeria | Panama | Papua | New Guinea | Peru | Philippines | Romania | Russia | Rwanda | San Salvador | Sierra Leone | Singapore | Somalia | South Africa | Sri Lanka | Sudan | Syria | Tajikistan | Tanzania | Thailand | Togo | Turkey | Uganda | Ukraine | United States | Vietnam | Zambia | Zimbabwe