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Magnus Macfarlane-Barrow launched Mary's Meals from his father's shed in Dalmally, Scotland

Pilot scheme will feed 1,000 children at school on outskirts of Beirut

Generation Hope premiered with events taking place across six continents

Generation Hope was filmed at the charity’s projects in Malawi, Haiti, and India and features Hollywood actor Gerard Butler

Syrian refugee children sit on the ground in a makeshift school in a Syrian refugee camp in the eastern town of Kab Elias, Lebanon (AP)

Lebanon will become the thirteenth country in which the Scottish charity delivers its food and education programmes

Magnus Macfarlane-Barrow launched Mary's Meals from his father's shed in Dalmally, Scotland

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Magnus MacFarlane's charity feeds 900,000 children a year

Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow receives award from Ahmadis in London

The Pope greets Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow (fotografiafelici.com)

Poor children use the charity’s blue mug to collect their daily meal

Cardinal Velasio De Paolis, the papal delegate governing the Legion of Christ (CNS)

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A screenshot of Martha's NeverSeconds blog

Martha Payne’s blog raised enough money for a new kitchen in Malawi, but it worried council officials

Magnus Macfarlane-Barrow is mobbed by children in Haiti

The salmon farmer who feeds the world

Mark Greaves meets Magnus Macfarlane-Barrow, founder of a charity that provides free meals to half a million children each day

From left: Sam Higginson, Tom Pugh, George Gardner, Beth Adams, Katie Smith and Elisha Ahmed

Sixth form students at Princethorpe College in Warwickshire raise £2,741 for Mary’s Meals