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Success in Ethiopia
Today is Friday, and I’ve spent the last three days in Addis Ababa since arriving in Ethiopia. Today we drove several hours to Jarso District to visit the Abo Yayebena Kebele, one of the villages that CPAR worked in.  After working with the...
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Improving the nutrition of HIV-affected households through home gardens in Malawi
For people living with HIV, the importance of consuming enough nutritious food cannot be overstated. In addition to contributing to improved health, nutrient rich food is also a key component of successful treatment. However, vulnerable populations, like...
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Increased fruit production contributes to decrease in malnutrition
Fruits are a good source of vitamins and mineral salts without which, the body cannot maintain proper health or develop resistance to diseases. Their importance in a well-balanced diet cannot be emphasized enough. Unfortunately, fruits are often hard to...
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When spider webs unite, they can tie up a lion
Today is International Women’s Day.  A day to honour the contributions and achievements of women in Canada and around the world.By: Tezeta Meshesha, Communication & Knowledge Manager, Benishangul Gumuz Food Security and Economic Growth...
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