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Better harvests are fighting malnutrition in parents and children
The Benishangul-Gumuz region of Ethiopia is amongst the hottest places in the country. It is also among the poorest, where Maru and his neighbouring farmers depend only what they can produce on their own land to meet the nutritional ...
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Boosting Productivity
Womgako Bame is a subsistence farmer responsible for the health and well-being of his five children. He mainly produces maize, sesame, finger millet, and peanuts but was never able to plant and harvest enough to avoid hunger during lean times. Through CPAR...
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Diversifying income with certifiable seeds
Elbind Woanze, 25, lives with her husband and six children in Gessess Kebele in Dibate district. Elbind and her fellow Farmers Field School (FFS) members have long been reliant on physically impure seeds, growing whatever is available nearby. For years, her...
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A change in the way we live
Jackline, her husband Massawa, and their four children have a small, three acre farm in Bunda District. Jackline recently participated in CPAR’s Fields to Families project voluntarily joining a Farmer Field School (FFS) group in the hopes of improving...
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