Website Review: is the website of Feed and Teach Charity Organization, a new Irvine, California, based group whose mission is to improve the living conditions and educational opportunities of children in Afghanistan.  In addition to this primary mission, this organization also seeks to aggressively extend its humanitarian aid to improve other dire conditions in this war-ravaged county.  The website they are building exhibits touching photographs of people in Afghanistan and volunteers who seek to aid them.  With many noble goals and a plan for achieving them, it will be exciting to watch this fledgling charity and root for the overwhelming success of their stated mission. is passionate about helping those children in Afghanistan who have been so negatively affected by continuous war.  Naming Afghanistan as the 5th poorest country in the world, this organization laments the suffering in a country where more than two million people have been killed and many more injured in what is claimed to be the longest war in modern history.  In addition to helping children receive food and education, reaches out to women in Afghanistan who suffer from abuse and violence.  They also would like to implement water projects to improve sanitation and give more people in Afghanistan access to safe drinking water.

Invoking the old proverb: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day.  Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime,” speaks optimistically about a better future for the citizens of Afghanistan.  Their primary mission to give children in Afghanistan the opportunity for a quality education is their attempt to “teach a country to fish.”  For $30 a month, Feed and Teach offers donors the long-term opportunity to sponsor a child in Afghanistan and help carry out that mission.  Visit them for yourself at

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