Good nutrition is not just about eating regular meals. For Nutrition Month, learn how communities use food to change the future for children.
“After my husband lost his job as a fisherman, we suffered as a family. We used to plead with the school not to chase our three children away when we were behind on fees. We were struggling – and that’s when you came in.”
-FLORENCE, 34, UGANDA
“Opening up this shop was something I had long dreamed of. This is my passion.”
-GERTRUDE, 38, UGANDA
“I want to fry and prepare my fish for the donors in Canada who support me so they can see the results of my work and their help.”
“Now I have so many friends and customers, and everyone knows me. I feel important and valued.”
“The fish business is promising and so we are committed to grow it to ensure a better life for all members.”
-SARAH, 25, GHANA
In this article we’ll cover the Pros & Cons of giving a charity goat and also look at other donation options you may want to consider.
“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.
Beekeeping brings good livelihoods to Ethiopia’s rural poor.
While recent economic growth in Africa has earned world-wide praise, that growth is not shared by all, according to Geraldine J. Fraser-Moleketi, Special Envoy on Gender for the African Development Bank (AfDB) speaking in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in January, 2015.