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Community Members Confirm Progress

November 3, 2021

After disruptive heavy rains in January 2021, communities planted vegetable gardens that were immediately affected by excessive heat, But the farmers persisted in their efforts and by the end of June, gardens were producing lettuce, cabbage, carrots, beets, onions, parsley, tomatoes, and sweet peppers. Women showed enthusiasm for the work in the gardens. Cristina says, […]

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Greenhouse Makes a Difference During Pandemic

March 9, 2021

Juana says “I feel happy about the work we do because, even during this pandemic, I can grow enough food – good food – and keep my family safe and healthy.” She and her husband, Jacinto, have always been resourceful. When they married, they opened a small grocery out of their home, and with hard […]

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Home Gardens: A Blessing During the Pandemic

December 16, 2020

The fear and disruption of COVID-19 and the rising violence against women and girls has made their lives much harder than they already were, but one thing is making them a little easier: home gardens. Early on Judith, a farmer and local leader, stood out as someone keenly interested in learning about environmentally sensitive food […]

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