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Deus' story: Food Security for his family, year round!
Deus Alimakiyo, is a small-holder farmer from the Tengo village in Lilongwe district, Malawi. Deus is 36 years old and is happily married to Esinta who is 31. Together they have 3 children: two girls and one boy. Tamandani is 11, Zakeyo is eight and Fatima...
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Microfinance: Empowering women in Malawi
Brenda Fransisko is a 34 year old mother of two. Charity is four years old and Lauren is two. They live in Khangale village in Traditional Authority Kabudula in Lilongwe district, Malawi.Brenda is married to Greenwell who is a farmer. He has a second wife...
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Pigs Help Move Families out of Poverty
Livelihood diversification is one of the most powerful tools in fighting hunger and poverty in Malawi. In the face of climate change, rainfall patterns have become unpredictable, so much so, that relying on crop production alone has proven to be a big risk....
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Quality tomatoes: a simple step to a sustainable livelihoods
Jenipher Yohane is a member of the Mtendere Women's Farmer Field School group. One of the main areas of focus for this Farmer Field School is the farming of tomatoes.Tomatoes are one of the most widely grown vegetable throughout Malawi. This is because...
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