Fulfill a mother’s dream

Feed her hungry child!

For generations now millions of mothers have been suffering from hunger, unable to break free from the destructive legacy of war and extreme poverty.

Since the beginning of Good Factory’s activities, we’ve saved tens of thousands of children. Every day, we take in more and more patients. It is only thanks to your help that our doors stay open to anyone who needs our help.

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Meet the people
whose lives we’ve been changing


Thanks to your continued support we have been able to open new branches of Good Factory and produce good in places where we can help save someone’s health or life. Read about the results of our activities below!

We present the stories of our patients, news from regions, in which we provide help, and important information about the foundations’ activities. Use the filters to easily find information about specific projects or the main pillars of our activity.


Fulfill a mother’s dream – feed her hungry child!

What will my child be like? Will it take after me? Will it inherit my talents or interests? These are questions all new mothers wonder about. One thing is for sure – no mother wants to pass hunger on to her child. In spite of this, for generations now millions of mothers have been suffering […]

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COVID-19 in the refugee camp

It’s happened – tests confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in the world’s largest refugee camp. The situation is dramatic because the epidemic can’t be stopped but only contained at best. One case means that there can soon be tens of thousands here. The Refugee Camp has more than 40 times the population density of […]

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5/5 vs. COVID-19

How do you stay at home when you don’t have one? Or practice social distancing in an overcrowded refugee camp? What about washing your hands or disinfecting them when you’re missing the basic necessities? #zostańwdomu is the most important hashtag in the world today, but many people in Poland, Greece, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Senegal and […]

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Housing First

The projects we work on around the world have taught us to think outside the box. While constructing a community center for children in Bangladesh, we were surprised to see that local builders started construction by working on the roof. We wondered about the foundations and walls but once the first monsoon rains started, we […]

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Only children with full bellies can express joy

Hunger leads to debilitating disease, which first and foremost takes away one’s will to seek help. When talking about our feeding center in Ntamugenga, Sister Agnieszka always points out one thing. Whenever she enters the room, where children are waiting for a meal, even though there are several dozen young ones, the room is completely […]

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Dieudonné six years later

The first picture is one of the first ones we shared with you when Good Factory launched six years ago. This newborn arrived in our hospital after someone abandoned him in the bush. He was found by a couple of kind strangers, who heard the cries of a baby and set out to save him. […]

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A summary of 2019

We love the last moments of the year because it’s when everyone starts feeling more brave and willing to talk about not just the difficult times they’ve been through but also the good things that happened to them over the course of the last 365 days. Today, we’d like to share with you the many […]

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Christmas with the poor

More than 500 guests, each one with a personal invitation previously handed to them on the streets, in vacant lots and plots of land and in outpatient clinics. A personalized placemat, a variety of Christmas dishes, live music, a gift for each guest. This is what Christmas with the Poor was like, a festive Christmas […]

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