Following devastating losses to conflict and natural disasters, vegetable gardens provide food, cash and a sense of community.
Mother-in-law groups offer young moms advice on nurturing healthy babies with proper food types for various stages of the child’s growth.
Trained workers in community groups reduce conflict over water access by keeping wells operational.
A CRS program offers vouchers to purchase goats or sheep to help families improve food security and obtain cash when needed.
Communities work on infrastructure projects that decrease the impact of floods and droughts while providing safer connections to larger cities.
Ethnic groups seeking peace find forgiveness and mediation are tools that benefit all sides.
By working together on a project that benefits all, longtime rivals found common ground and began a peacebuilding process.
Vulnerable women learn agriculture skills while they save and invest to improve their families’ financial strength.
Growing herds mean financial strength for vulnerable women and education for their children.