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Lativa's dream comes true: Achieving higher education for her children
Lativa Ibrahim is a 43 year old, single mother of four. She lives in Kilimatembo village, Tanzania with her children and her aging mother, Elizabeth. Her eldest daughter Kalista is 20 years old, followed by her only son Efraim, who is 16 and her two...
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Tanzanian farmers have a love for enhanced crop production
Upendo Farmer Field School in Haruzale Village, Tanzania was started in 2010 and has a total of 32 members; 15 men and 17 women. Upendo, which means ‘love’ is a fitting name for the Farmer Field School as the members all seem to have a love for...
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Rebeka's Story: The joy of providing for her family
Rebeka Akoonaye, from Kami Ya Simba Village , Tanzania, is a mother of four. She has three boys and one girl, ranging in age from 12 to 25. Rebeka and her husband struggled to be able to provide food for their four children year round. Their small farm did...
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Fransiska's story: Improved farming, improved living
Good agricultural practices, access to ox ploughs and improved seeds have provided Fransiska with the ability to care for her family. Fransiska John is a widow and mother of three children aged 9, 13 and 15 from Kilimatembo village, Tanzania.  For...
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