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Knowledge is stopping the spread of HIV-AIDS in teenagers: Lilian’s Story
“I represent a huge number of students who were afraid to talk about HIV-AIDS.  Our families don’t talk about it, even though people in our villages are dying of HIV-AIDS. My parents used to tell us it was a curse on evil...
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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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Gender Equality - A woman’s worth
Veronica Makongoro is a FFS group facilitator, and like many female participants in the Fields to Families project, says that her position within the family and the community has changed for the better as a result. In 2012 Veronica joined an FFS group that...
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Gender Equality - Transforming gender relations
Queen Khamis has been an FFS member in Nyangere, Bunda District since 2013. In the beginning, her husband Khamis James was very hesitant to let her join the group, but despite his reluctance, Queen became an active participant and over time Queen’s...
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