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Working the Land Using Old Ways and New

September 16, 2021

Pepe appreciates the value of the varied techniques he’s learned as part of the agroecological approach to farming promoted by local partner GRADAID. The program builds on his own lifetime experience and retains some of the best aspects of community life while inspiring everyone with ways to adjust to changing realities. “I am a farmer,” […]

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A Lasting Impact Part 4: Kenya Bamba

June 29, 2021

The very first program funded by Growing Hope Globally was located in Bamba, Kenya. It began in 2001, implemented by World Renew and local partner Anglican Development Services – Pwani. Twenty years later, residents of Bamba are still seeing the lasting impact. The following are just a few examples: Christine Back in 2003, Christine was […]

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A Community Organizes to Build a Bridge

December 16, 2020

The farmers of Pujaha village in West Champaran District live on one side of the river and farm on the other side.  The fertile land directly across from their homes is great for growing cash crops, but getting there was a constant frustration. They had to travel a mile and a half out of their […]

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Starting Off Right: Community Self-Assessment

December 4, 2020

Located in an arid/semi-arid region in the north of Kenya, the Igembe program is an offshoot of the Tigania program which has helped to enhance community resilience and year-round food security. The new program aims to build on the successes of its predecessor, including: Diversifying household income Farming methods that lower the risk of crop […]

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Building Resilience

November 17, 2020

A young couple lives on a small farm with their daughter and two sons. They grow rice on a half acre of land and make ends meet by working as day laborers. That is, they did until recently. This year a drought caused their rice crop to fail. The couple had taken a loan to […]

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