Cash transfers allow participants to plan, purchase and grow a business based on their own needs and skills.
Watershed teams lead their communities to reverse overgrazing and land degradation that cause erosion at such an alarming rate that they threaten the livelihoods.
Food supplements and caregiver groups help return displaced families to health while they rebuild their lives.
Solar-powered wells with taps bring clean drinking water to Liberia’s Bensville community, whose members help fund and manage the operation.
Traumatized and displaced by conflict, families are now able to build new lives with improved nutrition and living conditions.
Following years of crises and displacement, community members come together to better understand each other’s problems and concerns.
Conflict prevents many people from working fields, which was often their only source of food and income.
University scientists and the regions farmers team up to monitor and protect vital wetlands and grazing lands.
Conflict makes work and travel a perilous prospect for families trying to make a living under uncertain security conditions.