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Field Story
November 30, 2017 | Newsletter
It’s no secret that sweet potatoes are a nutrient-rich food. Thanks to Robyn, a Peace Corps Volunteer, they’ve also become a solution for one community as farmers and their families get healthier with each successful harvest.
Field Story
November 30, 2017 | Newsletter
Finding work in Cambodia isn't easy, and sometimes, you have to make your own luck. Entrepreneur Kim Nol is doing just that by growing his small latrine business to improve his community and provide affordable and effective sanitation options.
Field Story
November 30, 2017 | Newsletter
Although Kimberly is only in the third grade, she’s become a school champion for handwashing in her Guatemalan community. Now, students are building healthy habits and getting the most out of their nutritious school meals.
Field Story
November 30, 2017 | Newsletter
A 19-year old in Tajikistan is proving that you can start small and make a big impact. Through his family business, Usmonali is teaching others the benefits of good sanitation practices and boosting both his business and his community’s health.
Field Story
November 30, 2017 | Newsletter
Through the Farmer-to-Farmer program, agriculture volunteers in Mozambique are teaching students the benefits of farming and nutrition. Students are taking their knowledge beyond the classroom, empowering others in their community with better nutrition skills.
Field Story
November 30, 2017 | Newsletter
Like many kids in Malawi, one-year-old Chisomo was at risk of stunting. But thanks to the results of a new study, cowpea, a nutrient-rich food, is helping kids like Chisomo get the nutrients they need to grow up healthy and strong.
Field Story
November 30, 2017 | Newsletter
After seeing a food security project in a nearby village, the women of Djalé went to work to improve their own community’s food security and nutrition. Now, their determination is paying off and making Djalé a healthier, happier, and more prosperous place to live.