“It is traditional culture to help one another,” Zemu told us, explaining how a local tradition called “Debo” propels local community members to help the single grandmother cultivate her fields. With neighbours’ and Canadian Feed The Children donors’ support, Zemu is working her way out of poverty and towards a sustainable and prosperous future.
A father gives his children hope for a better life.
MILEAR introduced Ahmed to the benefits of farming pulses.
Removing barriers to women’s agricultural productivity reduces childhood hunger.
Hear from a mother whose life was changed because of you!
Drought threatens east and west Africa – CFTC is there.
Beekeeping brings good livelihoods to Ethiopia’s rural poor.
Marefya Tirfu, age 35, is a mother of two living in Ethiopia. Marefya married her husband as a teenager, and dropped out of school to raise her children. They struggled to cover food expenses with his earnings and they often went hungry.