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Bernadette Moses doesn’t know where her roof is.
A rusty sheet of zinc lays in her yard, crumpled into the shape of a ‘w.’ But it is not her roof. Hurricane Matthew swept hers away, along with her chickens and the front porch.
In southwest Tanzania, there are several villages in the mountains with no WiFi or electricity, multiple transportation challenges and a scarcity of water. But these villages are also home to farmers who are successfully producing food for their families on neighborhood plots of land.More
Climate change is affecting the most vulnerable in Zimbabwe. But while it’s strong, there’s something more powerful: the voices and the will of the people of Zimbabwe who want change and are working hard to make it, despite obstacles. This is their story.More
Over the last decade, Zimbabwe has experienced a number of economic, environmental and political stresses. Poverty, food insecurity, malnutrition and environmental degradation are serious concerns in Zimbabwe, and will continue to be challenges because of the effects of climate change.More
Cash grants help subsistence farmers venture into commercial agriculture and begin realizing their dreams.More
The goal is to support and contribute to policies and practices that improve smallholder coffee farmers’ and workers’ livelihoods.More
The success of Borderlands Coffee Project in Colombia, encourages a next step. Borderlands delivers direct support to 1,600 farmers in Nariño—a region with nearly 40,000 smallholder coffee growers in a country with 560,000 growers. At a global level, CRS has reached about 50,000 coffee farmers...More