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Culinary World Tour: Frankenmuth, MI

August 20, 2022

Sample a variety of delicious foods from around the world while making a difference! Stay for an evening of fun activities or take your dinner to go. Purchase tickets at give.growinghopeglobally.org/CulinaryWorldTour Proceeds from the event will benefit Growing Hope Globally programs in Cambodia, Honduras, Kenya, Nepal, Peru and Tanzania. Special thanks to Star of the […]

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Women Gain Financial Security With Savings Co-Op

August 25, 2021

Women are being empowered through their membership in the Triveni Women’s Savings and Credit Cooperative in Nepal. The co-op provides loans, insurance and other financial benefits that are often hard for women to come by. The Triveni Cooperative started in 2018 with just 19 members. At first, they collected just 8 cents per woman per […]

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Calamities Recede Thanks to Vegetable Farming

May 17, 2021

Out from under a pile of debt thanks to his successful vegetable farming operations, Mr. Khurkun is a happy man. As often happens with people of slender means, one calamity followed another in his life. A while back, he lost most of the land he farmed when the government built an irrigation canal. What was […]

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Commercial Farming Finally Pays Off

May 3, 2021

Before Ram became involved in the program, farming was a losing proposition for him no matter how hard he worked. “I faced problems with flooding, drought, cold spells, and marketing, and was thinking about leaving this occupation.” When he came into contact with field staff from local partner SAHAMATI, he was relieved to learn that […]

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Breaking the Cycle of Poverty at Last

December 2, 2020

Bhangi’s household includes three generations –she and her husband, their son and daughter-in-law, and two grandsons. Their tiny plot of land, less than a half an acre, could not sustain the family’s nutritional needs. When she could, Bhangi worked as a daily wage laborer at a local landowner’s farm to help the family get by, […]

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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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U.S. farmers provide a legacy of hope overseas

July 31, 2019

The following article published in Michigan Farmer chronicles a trip made by Rachel Conley, associate regional director for Growing Hope Globally, and Emily Vincent, a Growing Hope Globally intern, to observe food security programs the group has sponsored in Nepal and Cambodia.

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