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Sustainability
We are proud of our work at CPAR.  Our programs are designed with active beneficiary and local government involvement, with plans factoring in the fact that CPAR will not stay in the community.  While we are there for inception activities and the...
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Row Planting
Meet Woizero Shashe Ketema from Abo Yayebena Kebele, Jarso District, Ethiopia.Does her face look familiar to you?If it does look familiar but you’re not certain why, it’s because if you’re a CPAR donor you may have recognized her from some...
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Market day in Mankush
Across Ethiopia, local markets are places where people come to buy and sell goods, share information and socialize. Their importance as places to discuss the latest news, exchange ideas and earn an income cannot be overstated. In the very remote Mankush...
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Farmers serve as models for others
CPAR’s food security programming works in such a way that when done right, knowledge and skills are easily transferred to neighbours and community members beyond the direct target of a given project. In the case of both Farmers First and BSG FSEG, two...
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