Food is so much more than just a meal to eat. Food ranges from agricultural activities, to gardens, to traditional knowledge. All these aspects of food can help change the future for children.
Two new projects, CLIMATE and SHINE, will advance women’s agricultural participation in Ethiopia and Ghana.
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Building a brighter future for Bethlehem – together
Here are a few special messages of thanks from the children and families you helped support last year.
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As the world decides whether students can safely return to school amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, parents, teachers and children are wondering what the future holds for their education. Learn how school closure greatly impacts children – and could for years to come.
Even as parents and communities worldwide dealt with the COVID-19 crisis, they also spoke about their plans to face a future shaped by the pandemic. Taking the lead from them, here are some key areas to address for a food secure post-COVID recovery.
“I want to be a doctor when I grow up. I want to treat patients. I always worry when I see too many sick people sitting in the hospital just waiting their turn to visit the doctor. I want to contribute to the health sector in the future.” – Meskerem, 14, Ethiopia
“I wish for my community – especially girls – to stay in their country.”
– Sewnet, 13, Ethiopia
“I think it is important that women have opportunities like this. It starts from coming together as a group. Besides the financial benefits, it helps us to break the beliefs and attitudes that women should stay at home and serve the needs of others.”
– Zenebech, Ethiopia