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Creemos que el hambre no es un asunto anónimo descrito en las estadísticas y al que se enfrentan millones de desconocidos en países lejanos. El hambre es real y forma parte de la vida diaria  tanto de nuestros vecinos como de personas que se encuentran en otros continentes, todos ellas creadas a la imagen de Dios.

A Pan le gustaría escuchar su historia y compartirla para que las personas puedan comprender las luchas reales padecidas como resultado del hambre y así tomar acción. Historias como éstas y otras similares son agradecidas:

  • La manera en la cual el hambre o la pobreza lo afecta a usted como individuo o a su familia.
  • La razón por la cual abogar para erradicar la pobreza es importante para usted.
  • La manera en la cual su iglesia o comunidad de fe está trabajando para erradicar el hambre.

Al enviar su historia, usted le otorga permiso a Pan para el Mundo para verificar la misma, publicarla y tal vez expandirla, para de esa forma poder compartirla con un público más extenso. Solamente utilizaremos su primera inicial y apellido, y el nombre del pueblo o ciudad y estado, a menos que de forma explícita usted nos pida algo diferente. Si tiene una fotografía que pudiera ser enviada con la historia (mientras más alta sea la resolución, mejor), le suplicamos que la adjunte o envíe por correo electrónico

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