For Black History Month, we are celebrating and uplifting all the ways African smallholder farmers contribute to feeding the world.
A new study highlights how youth are the future of farming in Africa – but they need big changes to be successful.
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.
School meals are crucial for ensuring that children stay in school and have enough nutrition to concentrate in class.
The pandemic has closed schools worldwide, leaving students in the lurch. Fortunately, Hadija was able to take her entry exam into secondary school – and succeeded with flying colours.
Vanessa and Monenus are leading the way for girls in their community and fighting for gender equality this Women’s History Month.
A PEERS led approach to girls’ rights
A new year filled with new hope
Here are a few special messages of thanks from the children and families you helped support last year.