Curry for Change

Changing the lives of families
who suffer from hunger.

Change Lives

Change Lives

One in nine people around the world suffer from chronic hunger because they don’t have enough to eat. 

The majority of these people live in very remote areas of Asia and Africa, without the means or opportunity to speak out and change their situation for the better.

Find Your Feet and Health Poverty Action are the UK charities behind Curry for Change, and we help vulnerable rural families to build a future free from poverty.

By getting involved in Curry for Change, you have the chance to change the lives of people like Ramsheela, Edward and Anna.

Find Your Feet and Health Poverty Action help families grow more food so they don’t go hungry, earn an income so they can provide for their families, and access vital information on nutrition and health.


Your support could help women like Ramsheela to improve their crops and break the cycle of hunger and poverty.

Our village now has a savings group that meets every month. I took out a loan and bought seeds, farming equipment and hired labour to help me harvest my rice. This year I grew more rice than ever before, was able to pay back my loan and earn a profit.

- Ramsheela, Sakdukla Village, India.


Your support could help people like Edward build skills and knowledge in order to earn an income.

I’ve learnt about soil and water conservation techniques, as well as natural pest management. Now I grow pineapples, avocados, bananas, sweet potatoes, peas, cabbages, maize and finger millet with my wife. Half of what we produce we eat, the other half we sell.

- Edward, Saziya Village, Zimbabwe.


We are supporting young mothers like Anna to access vital information on nutrition, breastfeeding and hygiene, so they can provide healthy food for their children.

In the past our children did not eat proper food. Today we make sure our children drink breast milk until at least 6 months. Now I understand more about nutrition, and go for pre-natal care at the health centre.

- Anna, Bengvilay Village, Laos