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New Growing Hope Globally President & CEO Appointed

March 18, 2024

Dear Members of the Growing Hope Globally Community, On behalf of the Search Committee and the Board of Directors, we are delighted to announce the appointment of Kaitlyn Slate as Growing Hope Globally’s new President & Chief Executive Officer, effective May 1, 2024. Kaitlyn is a visionary leader who is passionate about working to overcome material poverty by  energizing others to work together to achieve success. We are confident she will inspire our dedicated staff, Board and partners to continue to build on our efforts…

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Fresh Local Vegetables for the Tourism Trade

April 3, 2024

Indigenous Bunong people living in Mondulkiri province are growing fresh organic vegetables to enhance their income from visitors at their popular ecotourism site. Mondulkiri, located in Eastern Cambodia, along the […]

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Cultivating Prosperity Through Sustainable Farming

September 5, 2023

Daw Nwe Lay is an experienced farmer whose results have vastly improved thanks to instruction she has received on sustainable farming practices. Now her organic, nutrient-rich and vibrantly-colored vegetables are […]

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Success with Sustainable Farming Practices

August 2, 2021

Mr. Gajithiren originally practiced conventional farming with only modest success. After taking advantage of the many training opportunities offered by local partner CHETHANA, he has become passionate about organic farming […]

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Higher Profits, Healthier Families

January 20, 2021

Mr. Ramaiah used to grow mainly chilies and water-guzzling cotton. Unpredictable weather patterns and traditional agriculture practices often left him with low yields, causing him to have to borrow money […]

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The Old Ways are Proving to Be the Best

June 8, 2020

Farmers in Yama’s district generally cultivate crops like cotton, chilies, and vegetables. They believed they needed heavy applications of chemical fertilizers to get good yields, even though people got sick […]

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