With sustained quality production, Ugandan farmers strive to join the world’s leading suppliers of the lucrative bean.
Proper diagnoses, medications and follow-up services enable families to improve their childrens’ health and enrich their lives.
In addition to receiving medical evaluation and assistance, participants can grow businesses with small grants that help them enter the marketplace.
International food assistance programs authorized by the Farm Bill enabled Raúl to build a thriving farming business that supports his community.
Along with offering financial services that include lending opportunities, savings groups also foster trust and cooperation within communities.
With an influx of displaced people into villages, peace ambassadors help new and existing community members understand each other to avoid conflict.
Savings groups and kitchen gardens help strengthen resilience of communities after natural disasters.
Residents of the disaster-prone Ring of Fire create early warning systems, learn first aid techniques and use various approaches to help mitigate the effects of emergencies.