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Growing nutritious food and raising healthy children in Ethiopia
In Ethiopia, small-scale subsistence farming is a common practice, particularly in rural areas. Unfortunately, many farmers struggle to produce enough food to support their families. Such was the case with w/ro Mereta Girma, a 35 year-old mother of five...
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"False bananas" truly improving livelihoods in Ethiopia
W/ro* Etewaye Shegeye, is a 28 year old widow and mother of two. She has a six year old boy and a 12 year old girl. Since her husband passed away two years ago, she has had to support her family as a small-scale farmer on the 1.2 acres of land she owns.W/ro...
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Change Is Possible
This is my last full day in Malawi before I head home tomorrow. I leave encouraged by the gains we have made on this project, and the spirit and warmth of the people I have met on my journey. Malawi is truly “the heart of Africa”. This will be...
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Sanitation for Schools
Of the 5,000 primary schools in Malawi, under a quarter meet the national standard of one latrine per 60 students and only 4% of schools have hand washing facilities. Through funding provided by UNICEF and some of our individual Canadian donors, a safe...
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